[CentOS] Re: How to check for rootkit, troians etc in backed up files?

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Tue Sep 16 21:02:01 UTC 2008


on 9-16-2008 1:40 PM Glenn spake the following:
> At 04:04 PM 9/16/2008, you wrote:
>> on 9-16-2008 12:25 PM Alex spake the following:
>>> On Tue, 16 Sep 2008 12:08:46 -0700
>>> Scott Silva <ssilva at sgvwater.com> took out 
>>> a #2 pencil and
>>> scribbled:
>>>
>>>>> Thanks (even if late!) for the suggestions, I've applied them.
>>>> A reply in 3 days is late? That is good for a lot of lists.
>>>> Your thank you almost 2 weeks later is what is late.
>>>>
>>>> ;-P
>>> I think that's what he meant. At least that's what my reality
>>> distortion field says. =-P
>> Sorry... Bad day ... Short fuse...
>>
>> Insert virtual slappings below...
> 
> Me too.. rough day, that is.
> Go home, have a ________ (insert your favorite beverage) and thank your 
> ______ (insert higher-power) that things weren't worse!
> 
> That's my plan!
> 
> Cheers!
> Glenn
I'll drink to that!!!!


Cheers

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