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flame/rant incoming (was: Potential OpenBSD Virus Found!)
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: flame/rant incoming (was: Potential OpenBSD Virus Found!)
- From: Simon Dassow <janus_(_at_)_area319_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2004 10:38:09 +0200
On Thu, 2004-06-03 at 07:29, Billy B. Bilano wrote:
> I am wondering if this is a new virus that I have found...
I'm wondering if you're the virus in this case...
> First, I decided I needed to get to the root of the problem, no pun
> # fstat / | tcpdump -i - | less
man fstat tcpdump
> Well, that doesn't work.
Of course... try to allocate more brain if available.
> [...] So I locked the door and decided to start by removing all
> unneeded device drivers from my kernel. For the archives, a simple
> way of doing this is as follows:
> # dmesg > /tmp/mygoodstuff
> # cat /usr/src/sys/`machine`/conf/GENERIC > /tmp/mybadstuff
> # diff /tmp/mygoodstuff /tmp/mybadstuff | uniq -v > \
No such file or directory... not even /usr/src/sys/`machine`/ exists.
> After a quick smoke break, I rebooted the system with the new kernel. At
> this point, I decided to systrace the entire system. Again, for the
> archives, this is how one would do it (please add this to the FAQ, dudes,
> because I don't like having to repeat this every few days):
> # echo "systrace /etc/rc" > /etc/rc
Wannabe smart? try fscking your brain.
> As time marched forward and after a quick reboot
bla bla bla... STFU!
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