Bug 1731302

Summary: Installing wp-cli as /usr/bin/wp triggers a false positive from rkhunter
Product: [Fedora] Fedora EPEL Reporter: Richard Siddall <richard.siddall>
Component: wp-cliAssignee: Luis Segundo <luis>
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Description Richard Siddall 2019-07-19 01:38:15 UTC
Description of problem: wp-cli produces false positive in rkhunter


Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 2.2.0


How reproducible: reliable


Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install rkhunter from EPEL
2. Run sudo rkhunter --check --enable rootkits

Actual results:
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RH-Sharpe's Rootkit                                      [ Warning ]
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Expected results:
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RH-Sharpe's Rootkit                                      [ Not Found ]
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Additional info:
rkhunter warns that the RH-Sharpe's Rootkit may be present if a file /usr/bin/wp exists.  Suppressing the test in rkhunter stops it detecting the rootkit, so wp-cli should be installed in another folder on the path.