[CentOS] stunnel

Fri Apr 18 09:55:33 UTC 2008
Fajar Priyanto <fajarpri at cbn.net.id>

On Thursday 17 April 2008 19:45:26 Jim Perrin wrote:
> Well, just stunnel by itself doesn't mean there's a breach, unless you
> never configured anything to use stunnel. You might want to do a
> little more digging on the system to confirm or disprove your
> suspicions. Have a look in places like /tmp or /var/tmp for hidden
> scripts or directories etc.

There are scripts that can help us detect this kind of things:
rkhunter, chrootkit
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