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

Mon Dec 4 19:44:08 UTC 2006
Leonard Isham <leonard.isham at gmail.com>

On 12/4/06, Aleksandar Milivojevic <alex at milivojevic.org> wrote:
> Quoting Leonard Isham <leonard.isham at gmail.com>:
> > First I have relatives that know little to no English.  Second I have
> > traveled to Europe, Asia, and Africa for both business and pleasure.
> >
> > Now I have to ask how many people would even attempt to understand an
> > e-mail in an unknown language?
> If their profession is computer related, the chances that they will be
> able to understand what you wrote to them is relatively high.  It is
> highly unlikely that an ISP will hire somebody who don't speak English
> for "abuse" position.  Even the "basic helpdesk" personel is usually
> required to have at least basic knowledge of English.
> Like you, I also have many relatives back home in Croatia.  Many of
> them don't speak English at all.  Back home in Croatia, I also have a
> bunch of friends that are system administrators, programmers,
> engineers, professionals, etc.  All of them do speak English.  It kind
> of comes with the profession.  With some professions, it is a huge
> dissadvantage if you don't know at least basic English.  Computer
> related professions are just extreme example of that.

This is good information thank you.

Leonard Isham, CISSP
Ostendo non ostento.