amos.shapira at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 22:55:11 UTC 2007
On 30/11/2007, B.J. McClure <keepertoad at verizon.net> wrote:
> Sad to say one of my file servers was exploited and used to run a
> Phishing scam. Have identified subject virus amongst other things. It
> appears twice in a virus scan; /sbin/z (which I assume can just be deleted)
> and /sys/bus/serio/drivers/atkbd/description. The latter file is also
> present in identical uninfected machines. I have been unable to open the
> file, even with root privileges, although it appears to be a text file. Any
> suggestions on how to proceed appreciated. Guess I could delete it and copy
> over the file from an identical machine.
Is SE Linux enabled on your system?
If this is an ext2/ext3 filesystem - look at "lsattr" and friends.
fuser(1) on that file and/or monitoring it using something base on
inotify(7) might reveal which process has it open or uses it.
Hope this gives you some useful direction.
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