Re: being hacked?

From: Adam Aube (aaube01_at_baker.edu)
Date: 02/04/04

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    On Sunday 01 February 2004 07:34 pm, @(none) wrote:
    > Any other packages recommended for battening down the hatches?

    - AIDE or Tripwire will maintain a list of checksums of binary files and
    libraries - so you can tell if anything's changed

    - Snort can detect some attempts to hack your box over the network (though
    it requires tuning to be useful)

    - You should also see the Securing Debian Manual

    http://www.debian.org/doc/user-manuals#securing

    Adam

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