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comment Has my Linux server been compromised? How do I tell?
Interesting... Dropbox was installed at the time; it no longer is. (For me, the question is moot anyway: the (belated) release-upgrade from lucid to precise I attempted last week went south; now the machine won't boot for lack of a '/' partition... Time for a complete reinstall.)
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comment Has my Linux server been compromised? How do I tell?
@CodeBling: the owner of the file is my 'regular' user name; the one that's also mentioned in the e-mail message.
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comment Has my Linux server been compromised? How do I tell?
It's actually the first time I've seen a message like this -- but doesn't the COMMAND=/bin/sh /tmp/tmpPHBmTO indicate that they already had access?
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comment Partial reverse http proxy using nginx
Thanks a lot, this one also works. I’ve accepted this answer because of the tip about sub_filter; fossil does assume that it’s sitting in the root of the server, so I need to rewrite the URLs in the page...
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comment Partial reverse http proxy using nginx
Thanks a bunch, this seems to do the trick! I hadn’t found the = prefix. And yes, I do want to strip off fossil; I just made a mistake in my question: /fossil/ should redirect to Apache (on :8001), /fossil/* should redirect to the Fossil server (on :8080). It turns out, though, that Fossil wants to sit on the root path, so it doesn’t quite work yet. I guess I’ll have to use a subdomain for it...
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