On Wed, 2007-10-17 at 22:05 +0200, Jack Raats wrote:

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> >> HI
> >>
> >> Can anyone explain this after ps -ax | grep perl
> >>
> >> 21893  ??  I      1:02.37 sploger (perl5.8.8)
> >> 29536  ??  R    184:14.94 sploger (perl5.8.8)
> >> 29538  ??  R    184:36.44 sploger (perl5.8.8)
> >> 30668  ??  R    168:56.54 sploger (perl5.8.8)
> >>
> >> What is sploger?
> >
> > Looks sort of like a Perl script running.
> > That, of course, doesn't say what it is doing.
> 
> The stangest thing is that I cann't find sploger on  my system. After a
> reboot sploger doesn't appear anymore, which makes it more stranger.
> 
> Jack
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...at this point, I'd probably perform a security audit, just to be
sure. Check your access logs etc.

James
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