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From: z1 on 4 Feb 2010 00:52
I installed rkhunter [on Linux Mint (Ubuntu)] and then ran the rkhunter
--check command in terminal.
So it went through it's thing and came up with a report.
Up comes this :
File properties checks...
Files checked: 128
Suspect files: 2
Rootkits checked : 111
Possible rootkits: 0
Applications checked: 3
Suspect applications: 3
the two files are:
/usr/sbin/unhide [ Warning ]
/usr/sbin/unhide-linux26 [ Warning ]
And the rest where warnings arise :
Performing filesystem checks
Checking /dev for suspicious file types [ Warning ]
Checking for hidden files and directories [ Warning ]
Checking application versions...
Checking version of Exim MTA [ Warning ]
Checking version of GnuPG [ Warning ]
Checking version of OpenSSL [ Warning ]
I also ran chkrootkit and it found nothing