Impressed: it has been years since I've been hacked this well :(
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Fri Jun 15 10:00:21 CDT 2007
Be wary of the logging, Cookies will look like intrusions...
On 15 Jun 2007, at 14:27, Brent Anderson wrote:
> I'm surprised no one has mentioned disconnecting your computer from
> the internet. If you happen to have a ghost, then chances very good
> are he won't be able to do anything if you unplug from the
> internet. From there, close down all applications running, crack
> open activity monitor, and anything that you don't recognize should
> be investigated and probably switched off.
> General security practice on the Mac - Make sure your firewall is
> on, unless you are using a port keep it closed. UDP Blocking/
> Firewall Logging/Stealth Mode should be on too. The most important
> thing is that you don't visit anything questionable and that you
> know where your internet is coming from.
> If your ghost has any Mac sense at all and if your problem is
> recurring when you boot up, crack open a terminal and take a look
> at the file in /etc/crontab. Download Lingon from Peter Borg to
> investigate what Launchd processes are running. If you have
> anything that looks like it shouldn't belong, it probably doesn't.
> There's more, but I have to go to work.
> Brent Anderson
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