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asked Reading Suricata log files with Barnyard or Wireshark
Nov
16
accepted rkhunter reports /sbin/ip has changed
Nov
16
comment rkhunter reports /sbin/ip has changed
Thank you for your reply. I foolishly tried to get the sanctioned version of /sbin/ip by using "yum remove iproute" followed by "yum install iproute". That messed up my system so I restored the image of the disk I made on October 30th using Clonezilla. rkhunter no longer flagged /sbin/ip either before or after I updated CentOS. Thanks,
Nov
15
asked rkhunter reports /sbin/ip has changed
Nov
4
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
18
revised The “chkproc: Warning: Possible LKM Trojan installed” appears and disappears
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Oct
18
revised The “chkproc: Warning: Possible LKM Trojan installed” appears and disappears
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Oct
18
asked The “chkproc: Warning: Possible LKM Trojan installed” appears and disappears
Oct
18
accepted apt-get update reports that http://ppa.launchpad.net list is being updated but there isn't an entry in the sources.list
Oct
18
revised apt-get update reports that http://ppa.launchpad.net list is being updated but there isn't an entry in the sources.list
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Oct
18
asked apt-get update reports that http://ppa.launchpad.net list is being updated but there isn't an entry in the sources.list
Oct
5
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
2
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
29
revised SC_ERR_NOT_SUPPORTED(225) with Suricata on CentOS 6.5
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Sep
28
asked SC_ERR_NOT_SUPPORTED(225) with Suricata on CentOS 6.5
Sep
20
comment How do you deal with unreliable NTP peers?
Thank you for your reply. I can understand that clustering algorithms can give dubious results, particularly using K-means which still appears to be the most popular. Thanks again,
Sep
20
accepted How do you deal with unreliable NTP peers?
Sep
20
comment How do you deal with unreliable NTP peers?
Thank you for your reply. I never actually set NTP up. I suspect the peers were assigned when I installed Debian 6.5. This PC always appears to keep perfect time, unlike some of the other computers I have. It could be because it has a wired connection while the others are wireless. Thanks,
Sep
19
awarded  Yearling
Sep
19
asked How do you deal with unreliable NTP peers?