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s30acpid.sh file is something virus ?


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Security Advisor reports any startup script that is unknown or modified from the distro as anomalous.

 

You will need to inspect the file and determine if it is malware on your own.  Post the contents here if you'd like more advice.

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17 hours ago, Orphée said:

You probably installed acpid extension with radpill loader.
Is so, it is safe.

 

yeah I use redpill boot loader on proxmox.

 

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18 hours ago, flyride said:

Security Advisor reports any startup script that is unknown or modified from the distro as anomalous.

 

You will need to inspect the file and determine if it is malware on your own.  Post the contents here if you'd like more advice.

 

here is the command that in s30acpid.sh file.

 

#!/bin/sh
#
# This goes in /usr/local/etc/rc.d and gets run at boot-time.

PATH_ACPID=/bin/acpid

case "$1" in

start)
    if [ -x "$PATH_ACPID" ] ; then
# auto by lkm           insmod /lib/modules/button.ko
# auto by lkm           insmod /lib/modules/evdev.ko
            echo "start acpid"
            $PATH_ACPID
            logger -p daemon.info "$0 started acpid"
    fi
    ;;

stop)
    echo "stop acpid"
    killall acpid > /dev/null 2>&1
    logger -p daemon.info "$0 stopped acpid"
    ;;

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okay, thank you so much friends!

 

I will leave like that, simply ignoring this notification on my nas.

 

I hope it will help to other people as well that you shared information about that.

 

thanks a lot !

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