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Robert83
post Mar 5 2004, 02:57 AM
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Hi,

I've left yum [service] to start up at boot, is this because of yum?

Tripwire® 2.3.0 Integrity Check Report

Report generated by: root
Report created on: Fri Mar 5 06:05:00 2004
Database last updated on: Never

===============================================================================
Report Summary:
===============================================================================

Host name: WindowsXP.zt2f48X
Host IP address: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Host ID: None
Policy file used: /etc/tripwire/tw.pol
Configuration file used: /etc/tripwire/tw.cfg
Database file used: /var/lib/tripwire/WindowsXP.zt2f48X.twd
Command line used: /usr/sbin/tripwire -m c -M

===============================================================================
Rule Summary:
===============================================================================

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section: Unix File System
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Rule Name Severity Level Added Removed Modified
--------- -------------- ----- ------- --------
Invariant Directories 66 0 0 0
Temporary directories 33 0 0 0
Tripwire Data Files 100 0 0 0
Critical devices 100 0 0 0
* User binaries 66 0 0 2
Tripwire Binaries 100 0 0 0
* Libraries 66 0 0 7
Critical system boot files 100 0 0 0
File System and Disk Administraton Programs
100 0 0 0
Kernel Administration Programs 100 0 0 0
Networking Programs 100 0 0 0
Shell Binaries 100 0 0 0
System Administration Programs 100 0 0 0
Hardware and Device Control Programs
100 0 0 0
System Information Programs 100 0 0 0
Application Information Programs
100 0 0 0
Shell Related Programs 100 0 0 0
Operating System Utilities 100 0 0 0
Critical Utility Sym-Links 100 0 0 0
Critical configuration files 100 0 0 0
System boot changes 100 0 0 0
* OS executables and libraries 100 1 0 0
Security Control 100 0 0 0
Boot Scripts 100 0 0 0
(/etc/rc)
Login Scripts 100 0 0 0
Root config files 100 0 0 0

Total objects scanned: 12093
Total violations found: 10

===============================================================================
Object Detail:
===============================================================================

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section: Unix File System
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rule Name: Libraries (/usr/lib)
Severity Level: 66
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------
Modified Objects: 7
----------------------------------------

Modified object name: /usr/lib/libxml2.so.2

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 1152135 1152219
* Mode lrwxr-xr-x lrwxrwxrwx
* Modify Time Wed Feb 25 12:20:49 2004 Fri Mar 5 04:34:59 2004


Modified object name: /usr/lib/libxml2.so.2.5.10

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 1152136 1152135
* Modify Time Fri Dec 12 16:55:46 2003 Mon Mar 1 19:28:34 2004
* CRC32 B5Km5W DzcXe1
* MD5 BI3lE1EYwHmMrSAnlJ3zPm AZDkL5o0GQ1EahsZtn5PCm


Modified object name: /usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/drv_libxml2.py

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 762866 762873
* Modify Time Fri Dec 12 16:55:45 2003 Mon Mar 1 19:28:32 2004


Modified object name: /usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/libxml2.py

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 762867 762866
* Modify Time Fri Dec 12 16:55:45 2003 Mon Mar 1 19:28:32 2004


Modified object name: /usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/libxml2mod.a

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 762868 762867
* Modify Time Fri Dec 12 16:55:46 2003 Mon Mar 1 19:28:34 2004
* CRC32 AuVl80 BIMLy4
* MD5 Cvt9IzSjBB4/ui9Za6dG7y Cqe8BXeC48xlrkn1+W5tKa


Modified object name: /usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/libxml2mod.la

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 762869 762868
* Modify Time Fri Dec 12 16:55:45 2003 Mon Mar 1 19:28:33 2004


Modified object name: /usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/libxml2mod.so

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 762870 762869
* Modify Time Fri Dec 12 16:55:46 2003 Mon Mar 1 19:28:34 2004
* CRC32 Btvssl AMf7q1
* MD5 CatMhAu7dGhLcXh70CG6O4 AtE2tTpIoawOO9LNyIIL7Z



-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rule Name: User binaries (/usr/bin)
Severity Level: 66
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------
Modified Objects: 2
----------------------------------------

Modified object name: /usr/bin/xmlcatalog

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 1071120 1071423
* Modify Time Fri Dec 12 16:55:46 2003 Mon Mar 1 19:28:34 2004


Modified object name: /usr/bin/xmllint

Property: Expected Observed
------------- ----------- -----------
* Inode Number 1071121 1071120
* Modify Time Fri Dec 12 16:55:46 2003 Mon Mar 1 19:28:34 2004



-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rule Name: OS executables and libraries (/lib)
Severity Level: 100
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------
Added Objects: 1
----------------------------------------

Added object name: /lib/libdb.so.3

===============================================================================
Error Report:
===============================================================================

No Errors

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*** End of report ***

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post Mar 5 2004, 06:24 AM
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look in /var/log/yum.log


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post Mar 5 2004, 06:28 AM
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Hi,

I've already looked into it, forgot to post here ...sorry...

phewwww, I was almost scared smile.gif smile.gif , that little yum thingie there automaticaly downloaded the latest version of both packages smile.gif , I think I'll turn it off...by the way , that package thingie [with the testing you mentioned , about those broken packages], same thing with these enterprise level rpm's and kernels right? or should I leave it on?



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post Mar 5 2004, 06:30 AM
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libxml2-2.5.10-6.i386.rpm
libxml2-devel-2.5.10-6.i386.rpm
libxml2-python-2.5.10-6.i386.rpm
mod_python-3.0.3-3.ent.i386.rpm

All these packages changed in the last couple days in WhiteBox Enterprise Linux...due to security updates by RHEL...


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post Mar 5 2004, 06:32 AM
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Hi,

sorry to bother you again with this smile.gif

but where can I read about these news? where can I find that place?

I mean about vurnabilities [sorry if spelled wrong], and for these updates , changes...?


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post Mar 5 2004, 06:41 AM
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I like to do all my updates by manually typing in yum a couple times a week.

If you join the whitebox-announce mailing list, you will get e-mailed whenever an update happens. ... and/or if you join the RedHat enterprise-watch mailing list, you will be notified whenever a RHEL patch is created, and can start looking for it in WBEL.


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post Mar 5 2004, 06:48 AM
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And for RedHat 9 ... until April 30, you can get updates from the RedHat-watch-list

You can also review the archives from links on the signup pages...


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