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#1 LinuxPhreak

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Posted 04 November 2015 - 01:36 AM

I'm currently running Fedora Linux 22 and recieved an E-Mail that convinced my to check out this site. hxxp://heartheroes.weservebest.com/abuse_report.php?anamehere I did so then I seemed to have difficulting getting the download they where offering me. So I kind of go scared and plugged it into virus total. Which displayed the following. https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/a222f281ff9b852e4fcf862b13d35d86282e6938b445280afa7d79174139e16b/analysis/

 

Websense ThreatSeeker Malicious site BitDefender Malware site Kaspersky Malware site CloudStat Clean site ADMINUSLabs Clean site AegisLab WebGuard Clean site AlienVault Clean site Antiy-AVL Clean site Avira Clean site Baidu-International Clean site Blueliv Clean site C-SIRT Clean site CLEAN MX Clean site CRDF Clean site Comodo Site Inspector Clean site CyberCrime Clean site Dr.Web Clean site ESET Clean site Emsisoft Clean site Fortinet Clean site FraudScore Clean site FraudSense Clean site G-Data Clean site Google Safebrowsing Clean site K7AntiVirus Clean site Malc0de Database Clean site Malekal Clean site Malware Domain Blocklist Clean site MalwareDomainList Clean site MalwarePatrol Clean site Malwarebytes hpHosts Clean site Malwared Clean site OpenPhish Clean site Opera Clean site PalevoTracker Clean site ParetoLogic Clean site Phishtank Clean site Quttera Clean site Rising Clean site SCUMWARE.org Clean site SecureBrain Clean site Spam404 Clean site SpyEyeTracker Clean site Sucuri SiteCheck Clean site Tencent Clean site ThreatHive Clean site Trustwave Clean site VX Vault Clean site Web Security Guard Clean site Webutation Clean site Wepawet Clean site Yandex Safebrowsing Clean site ZCloudsec Clean site ZDB Zeus Clean site ZeroCERT Clean site Zerofox Clean site ZeusTracker Clean site malwares.com URL checker Clean site zvelo Clean site AutoShun Unrated site Netcraft Unrated site PhishLabs Unrated site Sophos Unrated site StopBadware Unrated site URLQuery

Unrated site

 

Anyhow I'm not sure if the site did anything to my firefox or my Linux system. And I'm having difficulting obtaining the PHP code to the site to look it over.

 

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Posted 04 November 2015 - 08:34 AM

I installed maldet however I couldn't update the signatures. I scanned my system and got the following with the old signatures.

 

[root@bennix maldetect-1.5]# maldet -a /
Linux Malware Detect v1.5
            © 2002-2015, R-fx Networks <proj@rfxn.com>
            © 2015, Ryan MacDonald <ryan@rfxn.com>
This program may be freely redistributed under the terms of the GNU GPL v2

maldet(21694): {scan} signatures loaded: 10822 (8908 MD5 / 1914 HEX / 0 USER)
maldet(21694): {scan} building file list for /, this might take awhile...
maldet(21694): {scan} setting nice scheduler priorities for all operations: cpunice 19 , ionice 6
maldet(21694): {scan} file list completed in 66s, found 42596 files...
maldet(21694): {scan} scan of / (42596 files) in progress...
maldet(21694): {scan} 42596/42596 files scanned: 3 hits 1 cleaned
maldet(21694): {scan} scan completed on /: files 42596, malware hits 3, cleaned hits 1, time 5362s
maldet(21694): {scan} scan report saved, to view run: maldet --report 151104-0154.21694



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Posted 04 November 2015 - 04:00 PM

I reran maldet by using the command maldet --clean ID then used the command maldet -a / and scanned again. Nothing was found. I then installed clamav updated the config file and then did freshclam to update that database. Ran a scan with clamav found some more infections which I ended up cleaning using clamav. Then I installed rkhunter updated it and ran it. It appears everythinng is good now

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