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How To Find Out What Software is Trying to 'Phone Home'?

I have seen some suspicious outbound communications blocked on my VPS, which hosts a small experimental Web site, and am wanting to find out which application is making the attempt. The server is ...
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How to use Linux profiles in Volatility [closed]

I am newbie to the Volatility Framework. I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 in VM and was testing basic commands. I got the following error: [root@localhost volatility]# python2.7 vol.py --profile=linux ...
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Linux Physical memory analysis using hexeditor for Forensics

I am about to forensics investigation of a linux physical memory. I have dumped an ARM Linux which the profile is not listed in Volatility, so I could find the process and the latest command using ...
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Can linux (be made to) detect foreign connections to the ram bus?

I've been made aware on many answers and some comments that an attacker can read memory while a system is still running by attaching some sort of connection directly to the ram bus. Can linux ...
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Linux forensics questions (ssh config, user activity)

I'm a linux noob and have an assignment I'm a bit stumped on... We're given VirtualBox (vdi) images and raw files for the state of a linux server at 3 different dates. We're supposed to answer: ...
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Appropriate defense for 404s in my logs - persistent web scans from one region

This seems to be a fairly easy question to figure out, but I wanted to make sure. I've got about a thousand entries on one of my web servers with phpmyadmin in the connection criterion, but as I ...
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How to manually check for rootkits on a server

Does anyone have a general step by step list on how to try discover rootkits on a Linux or Solaris server? I'm looking for to to manually find the rootkit, not by automated software. For example: ...
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Did someone really plug an iphone in, or are these symptoms of an exploit attempt?

My syslog indicates that someone plugged an iPhone USB device into my desktop at 4am today, for about 10 minutes. I'm checking physical security logs to see if there was someone in the room, but in ...