Requesting information about atacks to linux servers

Posted on 2007-10-17
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
Hello experts

I'm doing a research about atacks to linux servers, I'm preparing a work that could contain statistics and historical information about experiences where a linux server was succesfully atacked in the last two years. Is there a page(s) Where I cand find that info?.

I'd apreciate all the posible help!

Thank you
Question by:contacto_rangel
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    These may or may not help you on your way, however just remember that most people will not publically announce that their server has been compormised.

    These websites might also help you, to give you an "idea" of the exploits targetted at linux and other unix variants.

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