On Sun, Feb 07, 2010 at 12:13:08AM +0100, Jens Schuessler wrote:
> * John Horne <john.horne@...> [06-02-10 20:24]:
> > On Sat, 2010-02-06 at 06:16 -0800, Marc MERLIN wrote:
> >> Also, the reporting is not very helpful. All I got in my mail was:
> >> Warning: Checking running processes for suspicious files [ Warning ]
> >> Warning: One or more of these files were found: backdoor, adore.o, mod_rootme.so, phide_mod.o, lbk.ko,
> >> vlogger.o, cleaner.o, cleaner, ava, tzava, mod_klgr.o, hydra, hydra.restore, ras2xm, vobiscum, sshd3,
> >> system, t0rnsb, t0rns, t0rnp, rx4u, rx2me, crontab, sshdu, glotzer, holber, xhide, xh, emech, psybnc,
> >> mech, httpd.bin, mh, xl, write, Phantasmagoria.o, lkt.o, nlkt.o
> >> Check the output of the lsof command 'lsof -F n -w -n'
> >> It would be nice to know which one was actually found :)
> > Yes, this has been reported recently. It will require a bit of change to
> > the code, but we will see about getting it to report more accurately for
> > the next release.
> Yeah, this was me.
> Meanwhile I found out (with a little cronscript) what caused
> these permanent warnings. All my system mails goes to an mbox in mutt
> named system, as long as I leave mutt open with this folder, rkhunter
> warns me about that "suspicious file". Renaming the mbox does the trick,
> no further warnings anymore.
Thanks both for the reply and for looking at it.
My sincere apologies about the mail bounces you got from me, that was a bug
on my side I just fixed.
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