[CentOS] I've been hacked -- what should I do next?

Fri Dec 1 12:39:31 UTC 2006
Ralph Angenendt <ra+centos at br-online.de>

Alfred von Campe wrote:
> >Reinstall, that is my advise.
> That's what I've done in the past too, but I am trying to avoid that  
> option if possible.

I'd opt for reinstallation also, as you normall never can really find
out *what* has been changed, if there is/was an active rootkit on that

for package in $(rpm -qa); do echo -e "${package}"; rpm -V "${package}"; done

might be of help, also. If rpm didn't get exchanged. If the active
rootkit doesn't intercept that. And so on ...

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