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 netstat -p tcp shows nothing
Author: Adam 
Date:   27-11-02 17:16

I'm running a web server, and when I ran "netstat -p tcp" I would get the forseeable list of listening / working connections. This no longer happens, and I get a nothing returned. If I do "netstat -nap udp" I get a list. If I do "netstat -nap tcp" I do not. HeLP!? Thanks!

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 Re: netstat -p tcp shows nothing
Author: .daniel.schrock 
Date:   27-11-02 19:39

mv the netstat in question somewhere safe, build a new version from /usr/src/usr.bin/netstat, then compare the md5 sums of each... netstat is a commonly replaced binary in rootkits...
its doubtful you've been 0wn3d, but it is worth checking just in case.

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