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Re: [discuss] Got hacked on 9.0
From: Vox (voxgnulinux.org.mx)
Date: Tue Nov 18 2003 - 16:05:02 CST
On September 1993 plus 3730 days bobnleaudio.com wrote:
> My question is: -how- did it get cracked? Was that kernel error
> relating to something that should have been patched, needs to be
> patched, or ?
After a brief google search, it seems like net-pf-22 is the
module-alias for Linux SNA...what I found implies that you don't
have the correct module compiled and something is trying to use
it. So it's very doubtful that that is how they got in, tho it *may*
be an error from something the intruder tried to do.
Think of the Linux community as a niche economy isolated by its beliefs. Kind
of like the Amish, except that our religion requires us to use _higher_
technology than everyone else. -- Donald B. Marti Jr.
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