Yuelin Li wrote:
Ugh. Please don't send ugly, non-legal 13 page sigs. if you were using
a .com address, I'd say stop using your employer's email to send to lists,
but since it's .org, it's unlikely even to be required. That's just
calculated to annoy us.
> I have noticed unexpected tcp connections whenever I start
> /etc/init.d/apache2 (see netsstat output below). These connections
> appear in a couple of minutes, first the top two entries, then four
> and stay at four. I am not running any other web-related utilities,
> no firefox. I can't explain why I see them. These connections go away
> almost immediately when I stop apache2.
> My questions are: 1) is my apache2 installation compromised? and 2)
> if so, how should I remediate it? Many thanks in advance,
> % netstat -atu
# netstat -atun
would be nicer.
It seems unlikely - 91-110-14-210.server is not a valid Internet name, so
it's probably local to your lan.
I'm not quite sure which of these 7 entries you think are problematic, but
all the LISTEN sockets are normal:
> tcp 0 0 *:www *:* LISTEN
> tcp 0 0 localhost:ipp *:* LISTEN
> tcp6 0 0 *:ssh *:* LISTEN
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