[ic] Urgent Help
Mon, 5 Mar 2001 10:26:29 -0600
I had to reinstall the RPM and edit the interchange.cfg file to fix it. All
works now but I have nothing in the error log to indicate what caused it to
crash. Any ideas?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Murray Gibbins" <Murray@scotweb.ltd.uk>
Sent: Monday, March 05, 2001 9:28 AM
Subject: Re: [ic] Urgent Help
> Robert Trembath wrote:
> > I think someone was trying to hack our machine this morning. Found some
> > files in the /tmp directory that apache wrote containing this:
> > Not Found
> > The requested URL /orders/orders.txt was not found on this server.
> > Not Found
> > The requested URL /orders/import.txt was not found on this server.
> ok that's just a problem with httpd.conf, may not indicate a hack, more
> problem with a document root inside virtual host or Alias or Script
> file permissions may be wonky too.
> > Authorization Required
> > This server could not verify that you are authorized to access the
> > requested. Either you suppliđ8■ed the wrong credentials (e.g., bad
> > password), or your browser doesn't understand how to supply the
> > required.
> i wouldn't worry about that. If a real hacker got in then you would not
> this type of log file hanging around. But if in doubt may I suggest format
> > I believe someone was looking for credit card info and config info on
> > server. What do you think? I do have the IP's logged but they are
> > bogus.
> The correct approach is "My machine is connected to the internet,
> will assume that it is hacked (hackable) until it is hacked". The
> approach will work best for machines inside DMZ's.
> The "Scientific method" will solve all your problems and tell you what's
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