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Topic: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor?

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S> How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, ssh-l <user> <ip or a domain name> For example, <user> sasvak and <ip> 192.168.1.1 (is pure for an example). ssh-l sasvak 192.168.1.1 passwords And then an input from root: su the password Thus on the server the service ssh, by default it on 22 port should be launched. But it is the typical scenario of usage. It is possible to write in a graphic file manager in a line of the address: sftp://192.168.1.1 to enter login and the password or sftp://sasvak@192.168.1.1 to enter the password the Template of usage for ip, login:password@ip:port unnecessary to lower. S> to find and delete backdoor? It to ask Google easier.

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, velkin, you wrote: V> Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S>> How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, V> ssh-l <user> <ip or a domain name> V> For example, <user> sasvak and <ip> 192.168.1.1 (is pure for an example). V> ssh-l sasvak 192.168.1.1 V> the password V> And then an input from root: V> su V> the password V> Thus on the server the service ssh, by default it on 22 port should be launched. But it is the typical scenario of usage. It is possible to write in a graphic file manager in a line of the address: V> sftp://192.168.1.1 V> to enter login and the password V> or V> sftp://sasvak@192.168.1.1 V> to enter the password V> the Template of usage for ip, login:password@ip:port unnecessary to lower. S>> to find and delete backdoor? V> It to ask Google easier. ~ $ ssh sasvak1@10.97.249.65 random: ssh urandom read with 84 bits of entropy available ssh: connect to host 10.97.249.65 port 22: Network unreachable ~ $

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S> Hello, velkin, you wrote: V>> Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S>>> How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, V>> ssh-l <user> <ip or a domain name> V>> For example, <user> sasvak and <ip> 192.168.1.1 (is pure for an example). V>> ssh-l sasvak 192.168.1.1 V>> the password V>> And then an input from root: V>> su V>> the password V>> Thus on the server the service ssh, by default it on 22 port should be launched. But it is the typical scenario of usage. It is possible to write in a graphic file manager in a line of the address: V>> sftp://192.168.1.1 V>> to enter login and the password V>> or V>> sftp://sasvak@192.168.1.1 V>> to enter the password V>> the Template of usage for ip, login:password@ip:port unnecessary to lower. S>>> to find and delete backdoor? V>> It to ask Google easier. S> S> ~ $ ssh sasvak1@10.97.249.65 S> random: ssh urandom read with 84 bits of entropy available S> ssh: connect to host 10.97.249.65 port 22: Network unreachable S> ~ $ S> ~ $ ssh-vvv user@10.149.63.91 OpenSSH_6.6, OpenSSL 1.0.1h 5 Jun 2014 debug1: Reading configuration data/etc/ssh/ssh_config random: ssh urandom read with 90 bits of entropy available debug2: ssh_connect: needpriv 0 debug1: Connecting to 10.149.63.91 [10.149.63.91] port 22. debug1: connect to address 10.149.63.91 port 22: Network unreachable ssh: connect to host 10.149.63.91 port 22: Network unreachable

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, sasvak, you wrote: s> S> s> S> ~ $ ssh sasvak1@10.97.249.65 s> S> random: ssh urandom read with 84 bits of entropy available s> S> ssh: connect to host 10.97.249.65 port 22: Network unreachable s> S> ~ $ s> S> 10.97.249.65 is "a gray" address. At you the server in your local network?

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, Anton Batenev, you wrote: AB> Hello, sasvak, you wrote: s>> S> s>> S> ~ $ ssh sasvak1@10.97.249.65 s>> S> random: ssh urandom read with 84 bits of entropy available s>> S> ssh: connect to host 10.97.249.65 port 22: Network unreachable s>> S> ~ $ s>> S> AB> 10.97.249.65 is "a gray" address. At you the server in your local network? The task is almost solved, the last question: it is necessary to look at triggered processes, to find in what has been launched  and to kill him. How it to make?

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S> the Task is almost solved, the last question: it is necessary to look at triggered processes, to find in what has been launched  and to kill him. How it to make? ps-aux netstat-tulpn

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, kov_serg, you wrote: _> Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S>> the Task is almost solved, the last question: it is necessary to look at triggered processes, to find in what has been launched  and to kill him. How it to make? _> ps-aux _> netstat-tulpn thanks, here one more question: How to create and connect a swap-file in/swap/9p? After operating system setting forgot to make swap-undressed and decided to create and connect a swap-file in/swap/9p, that not  a disk How it to make?

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S> thanks, here one more question: How to create and connect a swap-file in/swap/9p? S> After operating system setting forgot to make swap-undressed and decided to create and connect a swap-file in/swap/9p that not  disk, S> As it to make? For  normally separate section use. swapon/swapoff/mkswap https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-add … ile-howto/

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S> How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL to find and delete backdoor? $ ssh root@ # find/-name \*backdoor\* | xargs rm # reboot

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, Pzz, you wrote: Pzz> Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S>> How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL to find and delete backdoor? Pzz> $ ssh root@ Pzz># find/-name \*backdoor\* | xargs rm Pzz># reboot How to create and connect a swap-file in/swap/9p? After operating system setting forgot to make swap-undressed and decided to create and connect a swap-file in/swap/9p that not  disk, How to create and connect a swap-file in/swap/9p in the terminal ? How it to make?

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S> There it is necessary  to organize in a file that  it was called/swap/9p. mkdir/swap further under the instruction, only instead of/swapfile1 you write/swap/9p. Not?

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S> How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL to find and delete backdoor? sudo-u echo "ssh-v" | perl-e ' $?? s:; s:s;; $?:: s;; =] => % - {<- |} <& | ` {;; y;-/: - [- ` {-}; ` - {/"-;; s;; $ _; see'

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Re: How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL, to find and delete backdoor

Hello, pestis, you wrote: P> Hello, sasvak, you wrote: S>> How to be connected on SSH to the server through LINUX TERMINAL to find and delete backdoor? P> P> sudo-u echo "ssh-v" | perl-e ' $?? s:; s:s;; $?:: s;; =] => % - {<- |} <& | ` {;; y;-/: - [- ` {-}; ` - {/"-;; s;; $ _; see ' Perl happens very much write only http://lurkmore.to/Rm_-rf

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