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1) i went to the terminal
2) i used chkrootkit
3) one file came up as searching for suckitrootkit warning :/sbin/init INFECTED
After Thought: after checking rootkit one of the files being /sbin/init seems to be infected with a suckit root kit
SucKIT :is a rootkit presented in Phrack issue 58, article 0x07 ("Linux on-the-fly kernel patching without LKM", by sd & devik). This is a fully working rootkit that is loaded through /dev/kmem (i.e. it does not need a kernel with support for loadable kernel modules. It provides a password protected remote access connect-back shell initiated by a spoofed packet (bypassing most of firewall configurations), and can hide processes, files and connections.
now knowing i have this tool hackers use in my comp how can i get rid of it, any ideas. since yr obviously a god amoungst men u should sure know how to do this right ondoho?
Last edited by arman moradi; 09-08-2014 at 02:45 AM.
jdkaye probably meant that your post lacks even most basic information, and so borders on spam.
It was a combination of the double posting and writing "suckutrootkit" which they OP has belatedly changed to "suckitrootkit" which shows up in the log file as "Suckit Rootkit"
Have a look at the other thread.
What the OP doesn't realize is some of us actually use google to try & assist them.
As far as demanding a responce in such a rude manner will not get the results demanded, especially since this is all voluntary support.
Distribution: Debian, Red Hat, Slackware, Fedora, Ubuntu
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