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Old 08-07-2008, 01:59 AM   #16
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nanda22,

well you need to give more information about your setup. Do you mean just to that site or to the internet period? You are obviously connected to the internet.

you can also try: http://www.checkip.org

or just google for "what is my ip"
Dear Junpa,
I'm using SuSE-Linux 10.2

I dont have internet connection to the system which i'm talking about.
so i cant open any website.

this is another system from which i'm able to reply you. I hope u got my point.
 
Old 08-07-2008, 02:05 AM   #17
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Dear Mr C
as you can see my above messages, you can see that even when i try to delete the files "Funny ... " they are coming back again and again. that is the problem...
 
Old 08-07-2008, 05:40 AM   #18
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Do you have filesharing enabled with access from a windows computer? Did you lock down permissions on your home directory so only you have permissions to write there? Shut down samba until you wipe the drive and reinstall Windows on the infected machine. Unplug both machines from the network until you secure both computers. Don't run with administrator rights on the windows machine or as root on the Linux machine. Pick good logon passwords and use "security = user" on samba. Don't allow guest access. Don't run a network service on the Linux machine until you find out how they are getting in.

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