steveayre at gmail.com
Mon Dec 8 05:42:14 PST 2008
A few files which you can choose to install to let the Freeswitch
developers access your machine remotely if you ask them to look at a
problem you're having with Freeswitch.
It's not a real rootkit - just the SSH public key for their private
key (so they don't need a password) and configuration files for bash +
emacs (so they're working in the environment they're used to). It
doesn't burrow into your OS, hide itself or any of the other insidious
things a real rootkit does, and once you delete the files they can no
longer access your machine.
It isn't installed unless you choose to do so.
2008/12/7 Martin Joseph <astmac at stillnewt.org>:
> What is the rootkit item that appears to be added to the SVN of trunk?
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> Freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
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