Re: Has my site been cracked?
- From: houghi <houghi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2008 11:02:00 +0100
It obviously was the update.
Thanks again, guys, where would I be without this group...
Probably having a life of some sort. ;-)
I don't remember _ever_ disabling example pages rpm installation or
removing it. So maybe you didn't have to do that then and now you do.
So? You still seem to think that the system did something wrong. It
didn't. You install a file. An update is done. These updates have not
all the files, but just those that needs to be updated.
In the past index.html was not there and now it was.
Another possibilaty is that this is the first time the example pages get
a security update and that has never happend before. Or the updates that
happend where done right when you installed.
It is not because it has never happend that when it happens it isn't
expected behaviour from the point of vieuw of the system.
Security updates change things on your system. That is what they do.
That is expected behaviour. This time it was index.html, next time it is
/etc/apache2/http.conf and the next time it replaces your kernel.
At least now you learned why many companies do not do a security update,
unless they have tested it in a secure enviroment. ;-)
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Feeding on the power of our fear and the evil within us.
Incarnation of Satan's creation of all that we dread.
When the demons arrive those alive would be better off dead!
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