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Old 29th May 2013, 12:55
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Default need help understanding rkhunter report

after an upgrade of a perfect debian squeeze server to wheezy rkhunter sends me these warning which I previously didn't have:

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Warning: Suspicious file types found in /dev:
/dev/.udev/queue.bin: EBCDIC text, with no line terminators
/dev/.udev/data/b9:1: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b9:0: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c116:2: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c13:32: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c13:64: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b7:7: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b7:6: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b7:5: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b7:4: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b7:3: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b7:2: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b7:1: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b7:0: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c13:67: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b8:19: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b8:18: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b8:17: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b8:16: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b8:3: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b8:2: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b8:1: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/b8:0: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c189:129: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c189:128: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/n3: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/n2: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c189:1: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c189:0: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c13:65: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/data/c13:66: ASCII text
/dev/.udev/rules.d/61-dev-root-link.rules: ASCII text
/dev/.mdadm/map: ASCII text
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Old 17th June 2013, 07:56
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Any hints?
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Old 1st July 2013, 08:38
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Anyone? Google doesn't yield any useful results for this :-(
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Old 24th August 2013, 18:08
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Did you get an answer for this?

I am not 100% sure of this but I assume it is showing you the new or updated file or files that are now on your system that were not their before.
Or they are of different sizes. Either way keep an eye out for after the update and see if you are getting more errors or messages.

Please LMK if we are on the right path with this person people.
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