Has my fedora 18 installation been hacked?

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Fri Mar 15 15:28:38 UTC 2013

Am 15.03.2013 16:25, schrieb Richard Vickery:
>> Is there anything else to do, than re-installing the machine?
>> (Unfortunately, due to the huge load it creates to their firewall, they remove the network cord from the server,
> so I have a few hours to debug this...)
>> George
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> Let's clean up the language, shall we. It is not really my intent to be rude, but each of us "hack" out own systems
> and the kernel all the time. It might be much more helpful totitle this "My system has been invaded" because we all
> hack, but we do not crack note invade other systems; we are all "hackers", and none of us - hopefully - are
> criminals nor online-computer-invaders.
> Please, and thank you

before you get pedantic please strip the next time your
quotes and removed unneded lines, especially signatures
and footers

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