Apache 2.0.63
php 5.2.8

I know both are obsolete and need updating. I told my client to request same from their ISP.


On 4/19/2010 12:01 PM, Jim Lucas wrote:
Al wrote:
I'm working on a hosted website that was hacked and found something I
don't fully understand. Thought someone here may know the answer.

The site has 4 php malicious files in directories owned by "system" [php
created dirs on the site are named "nobody"] and permissions 755.

Is there any way the files could have been written other than by ftp
access or at the host root level? Clearly a php script couldn't.

Thanks, Al..........

What version of Apache/PHP is it running?

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