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Found suspicious scripts in /tmp directory

Sometimes its very frustating to find how the suspicious files are stored in /tmp directory.  How can I find out who put it there? Since this file is in /tmp directory, it was most likely put there by a vulnerable Php script.

Look into the access log file(s) in /usr/local/apache/domlogs directory for the file “psync.txt” and see if you can find the site that was used to upload the file to your server .

Use the following command at the prompt:

      grep -i
psync.txt
    /usr/local/apache/domlogs/*

OR

      grep -i
psync.txt
    PATH_TO_APACHE_domlogs/*
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