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Re: Monitoring Tool



What is it that makes you think you're being hacked? Do you see any processes that are running that shouldn't be there?

There are many things you can do to monitor and protect your system. First, don't run any services unless you have a need to run them. Second keep a good set of rules on your firewall to only allow those users or open those ports that you need.

Run ckhrootkit occasionally to see if anyone has rooted you. I was rooted once, and it was not fun. Total install from scratch was the solution.

http://freshmeat.net/projects/chkrootkit/

You can set up tripwire to see if any files have been altered, though I always thought this was too much work for what you get.

Check the output of 'last' or 'lastlog'. That will tell you when each user has logged in.


Nilesh wrote:
Hello All,

Some one trying to Hack My System I have checked the
/var/log/messages but could found the entries for
which  remote systems are trying to connect to my
system
Which logs should I check?
or is there good software for real time alerts

Regards
Nilesh.

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On 2/19/07, feras adel <feras511 yahoo com> wrote:
hello

you can use gnome-system-monitor from the command
line, or access it from
aaplication-->system tools-->system monitor

Regards

Nilesh <niluforalways yahoo com> wrote:
Hello All,

I want to monitor all activities on my Linux
system
could any one tell me which tool is best
Want to monitor
1) whos trying to connect me to any port ( from IP
or
Domain Name)
2) users connected
3) services running

Regards
Nilesh








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