Configuring and using auditd

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Article from Issue 146/2013

The auditd tool can provide system logging capabilities to satisfy even the most paranoid users.

A certain subset of Linux users is extremely paranoid about security. These are folks that want to see every system call and file access that a program makes and want to ensure that any access to specific data files is logged securely. The auditd subsystem provides all these capabilities and more.

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