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Re: ITP: fcheck

Fcheck seams to be a good replacement for tripwire. That's fine, 
because tripwire has gone commercial and the current package
maintainer is not very active. (Simple typos not currected since 2 years).

Tell me if you need a beta-tester for your package.

Are there other replacements for tripwire in debian.

(running potato)

On Thu, Jul 13, 2000 at 02:35:14PM +0200, Guillaume Morin wrote:
> Hi,
> I intend to package fcheck
> Description: The filesystem baseline integrity checker
> Essentially, FCheck has the ability to monitor directories, files or
> complete filesystems for any additions, deletions, and modifications.
> It is configurable to exclude active log files, and can be ran as often as
> needed from the command line or cron making it extremely difficult to
> circumvent. It is written in standard PERL and requires no special outside
> library modules.
> Currently there are a few 'Tripwire' style baseline system security tools.
> FCheck was further developed with the junior administrator in mind that
> do not yet understand the complex configuration files and  operation
> required to run the many security products available.
> Licence: GPL
> Any comments welcome.
> Regards,
> -- 
> Guillaume Morin <guillaume.morin@alcove.fr>
>                        Pastis servi, pastis bu (Patrice)
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