[CentOS] Shadow passwords NOT md5'ed ?
centos at celestial.com
Sun Apr 5 18:19:08 UTC 2009
On Sun, Apr 05, 2009, Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>Michael A. Peters wrote:
>> Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>> > Frédérique Da Luene wrote:
>> >> Useradd newuser : ok
>> >> passwd newuser : ok
>> >> The password is not MD5, only 3DES.
>> > Again: Have you looked if passwd on your machine is the one from CentOS?
>> I would suggesting copying the binary to a known clean machine to check
>> the md5sum to verify. If you might have been hacked, you can't check
>> the md5 on that box.
>Yupp. The last times I had to handle/help in such situations, the binaries
>were clearly way off for the machines - often a comparing ls -l is enough, but
>not all the time.
This will tell if the program is different and works on any RPM
based system regardless of their package contents.
rpm -V `rpm -qf /bin/login`
Or of you're not lazy as I am.
rpm -qf /bin/login # gets the name of the package
rpm -V util-linux # the name of the package returned.
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