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Re: command logging

On Wed, Oct 29, 2003 at 05:49:49PM +0200, ????? ????? wrote:
> ?? ??, 2003-10-29 ? 07:11, John Keimel ??????:
> What if the user compiles zsh (or there is something similar) and uses
> it? Or finds a way that doesn't use bash to execute his commands?
> I've thought of doing something like this in the ssh server, but edned
> implementing it in the ssh client, because of the requirements...

Yes, they could, but some of the things I'm looking for are tarballs of
other shells. The vast majority of the users are non-sophisticates when
it comes to the shell and it's not common knowledge that I log every
command. There's a warning on login that "we reserve the right to
log..." to cover ourselves (i.e. covers the 'notify person of
monitoring' requirement legally). 

It's not a foolproof system, but it's better than nothing. We also had a
pcsh version as well. 



+ It's simply not       | John Keimel            +
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