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Subject: Re: User's .bash_history
From: Hal Flynn (flynnSECURITYFOCUS.COM)
Date: Sun Oct 01 2000 - 13:10:33 CDT
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This thread is definately getting a little old. I'll begin accepting
submissions for a summary post now. Imminent death of this thread is
tonight (US EST).
> Let's try to sum this up and forget about it please.=20
> 1. There are various and sundry ways to lock .bash_history.
> 2. All of the various methods can be got around, depending on the
> cluefulness of the users on the system.=20
> 3. The only way to really reliably monitor user's activity is to use
> kernel-space tools.=20