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What protection on dedicated server?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by IntensE, Oct 7, 2011.

  1. IntensE

    IntensE Power Member

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    What are you guys using (free) on your dedicated servers to prevent trojans, malware, etc ?

    I think I got trojaned or something, I have to clean everything on my dedicated server (xsserver), any recommendations ? Free antivirus ?
     
  2. Daniel0cean

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    Use the clamav as antivirus and definitely the csf/lfd suite for firewall. Also you might want to check the Secure Live tool. looks great and it`s not too expensive
     
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    I added clamav, and nothing was found.. very strange lol.
     
  4. Daniel0cean

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    but what are the reports? malware? you may try some grep scans for base64, iframes and obfuscated JavaScript
     
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    You can try SpyBot Search and Destroy.
     
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    Try Spybot and Malwarebytes. You will have good luck using both of them :)

    Sometimes Spybot catches something that Malwarebytes didn't and vice versa.