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Recently the network auditor found a security hole at port 50000. The port 50000 is used by db2.
When I enter command "netstat -Aan |grep 50000", it showed some established connections and are all db2 processes.
I have asked the application team and they answered that the port 50000 connection... (2 Replies)
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Recently my has been hacked. A .pl script has been uploaded in the root of the directory, which uploaded lot of unwanted files and changed their file permission to 777.
I have no clue how did they upload that .pl file in my hosting.
Website is in shared hosting. Could they access my web... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: agriz
Hello everyone ,
I want to implement a new firewall, detection system on my network composed of some 200 computers as follows: The fire wall would be a linux box with router, L7 iptable and also snort as IDPS system. These are my questions:
1. Is there any security consideration regarding... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: ahmedkamel
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In an effort to adapt to best security practices, it has been suggested that a number of scripts that are going to be distributed to multiple machines across an internal network use be modified to replace instances of rsh and rcp with openSSH ssh and scp. Since there are so many references to rsh... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jasondj
I have a question about the Java that comes with the Solaris 9/10 OS.
All my boxes are servers, only ssh allowed, no x windows, hardened, firewaled, etc...
Their purpose is Oracle DB's and Sun One Dir servers. None of which use the OS version of Java as far as know.
Question IS, can... (1 Reply)
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Discussion started by: kasa
Due to limited resource available in my network, I had to allow users comming from internet to telnet my SCO UNIXWARE box directly, like:
telnet 220.127.116.11, anyone can access. I can't make it secure based on IP addresses or hostnames since IP address is dynamic. I have made all the... (9 Replies)
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I just wanted to know when dealing with key loggers, What would be a normal routine for searching them out. I really don't know what I am looking for other than odd process. Also packet sniffers. What are signs? (0 Replies)
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Can other users delete / replace this file if the directory and file have the following permissions
I guess what I really want to know is what the security riskis of having teh directory completely open when the access to a particular file is... (3 Replies)
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I have a Postfix mail server running on my eMac, and been looking at /var/log/mail.log.
I am new to administrating a mail server.
I notice some servers tried to relay messages to unkown recipients in my server, and my Postfix denied access. The "from" and "rcpt to" look very phony.
I did a... (3 Replies)
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