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1answer
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Can shellshock be used on a system with public webpages but restricted server access?

I want to know if my servers are still vulnerable under the following conditions... My servers are private - only myself and trusted developers have access to them We have enabled executables within ...
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2answers
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CentOS for security testing?

I am a QA Engineer, but have been tasked with creating a security testing platform. I have many years with Backtrack/Kali and my primary OS are Arch and Ubuntu. The Systems guys here gave me a CentOS ...
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1answer
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Installing Joomla with nobody:nobody user/group (CentOS/cPanel)

If you are installing Joomla via cPanel's File Manager to your mywebsite.com (user mywebsite) account, you will upload the package to your server and extract the archive. All files will have the user ...
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Afraid about SSH on my Linux system

I've checked my Linux server (Centos 6) with rkhunter. I found the following in rkhunter log [14:38:54] Checking if SSH protocol v1 is allowed [ Warning ] [14:38:54] Warning: The SSH ...
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1answer
909 views

How to remove ssh rootkits? [duplicate]

I checked my linux server with rkhunter, I got following warning messages, ... [00:35:35] Found file '/usr/include/gpm2.h'. Possible rootkit: Trojaned SSH daemon [00:35:35] ...
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Need advice on linux server being hacked

I'm currently trying to find out how one of our centos servers was compromised. We were experiencing malware on our sites. After searching I finally found the malware injecting into the sites. As it ...
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1answer
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Retrieving saved password from Firefox on Linux [closed]

I know there are ways to get the cookies from browsers in Windows and retrieve and decrypt saved passwords from them. Is there a similar way to do so on CentOS?
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2answers
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How to hack linux via Local File Inclusion vulnerability?

During my penetration testing, I found a local file inclusion vulnerability. In fact this vulnerability existed in mailwatch <= 1.0.4, and its exploit existed in Exploit-DB. I tried to exploit the ...
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Is CentOS a good choice from a security perspective?

How secure is the CentOS Linux distribution? I noticed there were times when there were no up-to-date patches for some version of CentOS (e.g., 5.6). I read this on some mailing list that I can't ...