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How to check for rootkits on Linux with Tiger [Guide] | | Techniorg.com
Concerned that you may have a rootkit on your Linux server, desktop or laptop? If you want to check whether or not rootkits are present on your system, and get rid of them, you'll need to scan you system first. One of the best tools to scan for rootkits on Linux is Tiger. When run, it does a complete security report of your Linux system that outlines where the problems are (including rootkits). In this guide, we'll go over how to install the Tiger security tool and scan for dangerous Rootkits.Install TigerTiger doesn't come with any Linux distributions out of the box, so before going over how to use the Tiger security tool on Linux, we will need to go over how to install it. You will need Ubuntu, Debian, or Arch Linux to install Tiger without compiling the source code.UbuntuTiger has long been in the Ubuntu software sources. To install it, open up a terminal window and run the following apt command.sudo apt install tigerDebianDebian has Tiger, and it is