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<primary>filtering Schneier, Brulce</primary>
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This example matches exploitation of an old security vulnerability in phpBB. <ulink type="block" url="http://secunia.com/advisories/13239/" /> <ulink type="block" url="https://www.phpbb.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=240636" />
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Some of these operations can be made easier with specialized software. In particular, the <emphasis role="pkg">sleuthkit</emphasis> package provides many tools to analyze a filesystem. Their use is made easier by the <emphasis>Autopsy Forensic Browser</emphasis> graphical interface (in the <emphasis role="pkg">autopsy</emphasis> package). Some Linux distributions have a "live install" image and contain many programs for forensic analysis, such as Kali Linux (see <xref linkend="sect.kali" />), with its <emphasis>forensic mode</emphasis>, BlackArchLinux<footnote><para> <ulink url="https://blackarch.org" /></para></footnote> and the commercial Grml-Forensic, based on Grml (see <xref linkend="sect.grml" />).
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While it may seem tempting to analyze the system as it runs, especially when the server is not physically reachable, this is best avoided: quite simply you can't trust the programs currently installed on the compromised system. It' is quite possible for a subverted <command>ps</command> command to hide some processes, or for a subverted <command>ls</command> to hide files; sometimes even the kernel is compromised!
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This may only be possible if the server is physically accessible. When the server is hosted in a hosting provider's data center halfway across the country, or if the server is not accessible for any other reason, it' is usually a good idea to start by gathering some important information (see <xref linkend="sect.keeping-everything-that-could-be-used-as-evidence" />, <xref linkend="sect.forensic-analysis" /> and <xref linkend="sect.reconstituting-the-attack-scenario" />), then isolating that server as much as possible by shutting down as many services as possible (usually, everything but <command>sshd</command>). This case is still awkward, since one can't rule out the possibility of the attacker having SSH access like the administrator has; this makes it harder to “clean” the machines.
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