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Re: Tripwire, Radmind, Others?



On 11Jan2008 15:08, David Tonhofer <redhatter m-plify net> wrote:
> In order to lock down my little system I wanted to invest some time/money 
> into a program to keeps a
> snapshot of the state of the filesystem, i.e. file names, file attributes 
> and hashes.
> I have used "Tripwire" in the 90's and early 00's with some good results 
> (but had some problems with
> its configuration) but then abandoned it as it was no longer packaged with 
> Red Hat above 8 I think (?).
>
> Anyway, I wanted to look at "radmind" - does anyone have any particular 
> notable points on it? Are
> these filesystem-synapshot approaches still current or are there new 
> approaches (an enforcing SELinux
> or kernel modules collecting information at runtime come to mind).

FYI, I'm using osiris on a bunch of machines:
  http://freshmeat.net/projects/osiris/
Cheers,
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