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It time again for another release. But before we can I need you to test it in the coming two weeks. Please spare us a few minutes if you care. After testing please reply so we get an idea of how many people tested this release.
Here is a short checklist:
1) Does RKH install correctly?
2) Does 'rkhunter -C' show rkhunter.conf is OK? (Re-run after making changes.)
3) Does '--update' work?
4) Does '--versioncheck' work?
5) Does '--propupd' pick up...
This release offers more ease of use (mainly through configuration options) and improved rootkit and malware checks. The change log lists 29 additions including 9 configuration options and details for 12 rootkits, 29 changes including improvements for 15 rootkit checks and 22 bugfixes. For more details please see the CHANGELOG. This release obsoletes all previous ones so please upgrade.
Does anyone have experience with Preplogic for A+? I'm looking for a certification training company to help me train for my A+ certification. I have heard good things about Preplogic as far as their PMP training from other reviews but I don't know anything about their A+ training. Training is always expensive and I just want to make sure I'm putting my money to a good use. Does anyone have any experience with Preplogic and their A+ program that can help me out?
Take a peak at RKH's SF CVS stats and you will see that activity picked up again. Currently the RKH 1.3.5(-dev) Changelog (rev1.119) lists 16 bugfixes, 13 new items, 14 changes and counting.
It was a bit sad to notice some of the existing signatures were incomplete though. And while everyone knows breaches of security "the old school rootkit way" have dropped to nil, RKH aims to be complete. So I'll be replaying rootkit installs again and working on improving rootkit checks...