Subject: Re: ports chkrootkit wrongly says login is INFECTED
To: Tobias Schuepp <email@example.com>
From: David Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/01/2005 10:03:10
On Tue, 01 Mar 2005, Tobias Schuepp wrote:
> <buce <at> denebx.net> writes:
> > I'm relatively sure it's not.
> > Someone mind sanity checking this?
> > SHA1 (/usr/bin/login) = 227f69df03ad128d16caf811a85824fe65c29588
> Got the same hash. And i get the same error. Maybe someone should inform the
> port maintainer.
This sounds familliar.
I believe this has come up before, and was due to a bug in chkrootkit.
It had some expectation of the behaviour of a command line utility - and
its expectation caused a broken pipeline, which results in an incorrect
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