On Mon, 8 May 2000, Igmar Palsenberg wrote:
> You can always find out.. Logging is normally done through syslogd and
> klogd.. Try to hide those..
<ot>Use a rootkit. If they reappear, someone installed a rootkit.</ot>
> Some weird modification is useless with Open Source. Everybody can just
> read the code and write some nice detect app..
A thing that would be cool would be some mutually exclusive #ifdef'd code
segments selected at random at compile time. Noone knows which traps are
in the system... :-)
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