Unix security: how do you know when you've been owned?

Monday, 25 June 2007, 12:12 AM EST

So you suspect that something strange is happening with a server, but you're not quite sure what. Perhaps it's been compromised, perhaps not. Let's talk about some methods for figuring out what's up on Unix-based operating systems. It's not always straightforward.

If you're running a Web server or user login server, it's even more difficult to tell if you've experienced a security incident.

At ENT.

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