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AW: Bug on iMac Mid 2011

From: Werner, Nils
Subject: AW: Bug on iMac Mid 2011
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2015 10:25:11 +0000

We've investigated a bit more and it seems to be a process from the iLok 
license manager, which comes with Steinberg Cubase. Hooray for rootkits in the 
name of copyprotection.

Von: address@hidden address@hidden" im Auftrag von "Ole Tange 
Gesendet: Samstag, 28. März 2015 08:34
An: Werner, Nils
Cc: address@hidden
Betreff: Re: Bug on iMac Mid 2011

On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 12:09 PM, Werner, Nils
<address@hidden> wrote:
> The machine is a Mid 2011 27in iMac, running Mac OSX 10.10.2
> $ parallel
> parallel: This should not happen. You have found a bug.
> Please contact <address@hidden> and include:
> * The version number: 20150122
> * The bugid: pidtable format:    59     1

Last time someone submitted this as an error it was due to criminals
using the system. They had changed the command name to show nothing in
'ps' to hide their presence. This command:

  ps -o pid,ppid,command -ax

should give 3 columns like this:

    1     0 /sbin/launchd
   10     1 /usr/libexec/kextd
   11     1 /usr/libexec/UserEventAgent -l System
   12     1 /usr/sbin/mDNSResponder -launchd
   13     1 /usr/libexec/opendirectoryd
   14     1 /usr/sbin/notifyd

Your process with PID 59 does not have a command name and looks
somewhat like this:

    1     0 /sbin/launchd
   59     1
   11     1 /usr/libexec/UserEventAgent -l System

It *might* be a normal situation, but before GNU Parallel regards it
as normal, I need you to figure out what PID 59 is doing and why it is


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