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Re: FC9 Compromised...



On Fri, 27 Feb 2009, Christopher K. Johnson wrote:

> Jack Lauman wrote:
> >
> > Yes, I need to add root back in...

> Not necessarily. You would be safer to boot rescue from an installer
> DVD, then choose to mount the filesystems for your compromised F9.
> Shutdown each system, move it to a trusted network, or off-net and
> attach an external disk to save files onto, put in the F9 DVD, then
> boot that DVD, not the compromised system's disk.

  at some point, you have to stop asking for advice on a mailing list
and, if those machines are important to you, you need to call in
professional help.  you may not want to pay the $$$, but there's a
reason good consultants cost that much -- they're good.

rday
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