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On Tue, 2004-08-10 at 23:07, Dan MacNeil wrote:
> On Tue, 10 Aug 2004, Tinus Nijmeijers wrote:
> > On Fri, 2004-08-06 at 19:57, Dan MacNeil wrote:
> > > > I also want to use something like tripwire to set up file intregity.
> > >
> > > 	apt-cache search tripwire
> > > 	apt-cache show aide
> > >
> > I know, and, as I mentioned, they both seem OLD.
> I believe the version of Aide in the package system is software libre
> which the current version of tripwire is not.
> Old != bad.  Some projects actually finish, reach maturity. DWhen was the
> last time the source code for ls was updated ?

yes, that's why I asked.

> > can I assume that no-one here uses a file-integrity checker?
> I do, but in a half assed sloppy useless way. We rebuild our servers from
> scratch (using a checklist) periodically. The next go around, I'm hoping
> to pay attention.

same here.

> I keep trying to inch toward actually using aide because it was what
> allowed debian.
> It is a pain in the ass, but what motivates me is the knowledge that this
> year when debian.org and gnu.org were cracked, the problem was discovered
> by aide.

aah, did not know that. I was moving towards AIDE anyway, that's good.



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