Is Immutable-bit Set On Wget An Rkhunter False Positive Or Do I Worry

Mar 12, 2008

Got this error on rkhunter 1.3.2

Quote:

[12:16:24] /usr/bin/wget [ Warning ]
[12:16:24] Warning: File '/usr/bin/wget' has the immutable-bit set.

Is that a concern? What does it mean?

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[1;33mChecking rkhunter data files... [0;39m
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Stored hash : 8f1acf237e562043f8353f4ec5d0c3490c0d0cb3
Current inode: 1228803 Stored inode: 1228857
Current size: 61364 Stored size: 67088
Current file modification time: 1214487892
Stored file modification time : 1195262225
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Stored hash : 5e78fb7f0a02643a91964081ca03316dbaf01bdd
Current inode: 246165 Stored inode: 245920
Current size: 48536 Stored size: 48504
Current file modification time: 1214487892
Stored file modification time : 1195262225
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Stored hash : edaa64f3921a0a2d873c14a5eb641ba883f4dcff
Current inode: 246561 Stored inode: 246020
Current size: 17872 Stored size: 20444
Current file modification time: 1214487892
Stored file modification time : 1195262225
Warning: The file properties have changed:
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Stored hash : 87f39eeb583bc7f6622e95fd0266f093ed8b362b
Current inode: 246020 Stored inode: 246167
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Current file modification time: 1214487892
Stored file modification time : 1195262225
Warning: The file properties have changed:
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Current file modification time: 1214487892
Stored file modification time : 1195262225
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Current hash: b560099caf18d28bcc0249efaec75dcddb87b219
Stored hash : fa13202ac5897d9f7198e8afbbe7d0c835b07639
Current inode: 589893 Stored inode: 589875
Current size: 9144 Stored size: 11048
Current file modification time: 1214487892
Stored file modification time : 1195262225

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