>Any have some entries for a "top ten signs you've been hacked" ?
Well, sounds like one of those tongue-in-cheek lists, but I definitely
think that number one should be something like:
1. "And the number one sign you've been hacked is that someone in the
Netherlands emails your root account telling you that someone has been
trying to break into their computer from yours..."
Others signs could be:
Some self-appointed IRC watchdog points out IRC traffic from your site.
Some process named "es" has used a lot of your CPU time.
Your tcp wrapper logs (you DO have tcp wrappers installed, don't you?)
don't match with the last log.
You can't change the root password without it switching back when you
NFR tells you so.
Oops, dinner time, can't think of any more right now...
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