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revised Buffer size for capturing packets in kernel space?
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comment Buffer size for capturing packets in kernel space?
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revised How to measure on Linux the peak memory of an application after has ended
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comment Run two commands based upon output of first
there's an extra single quote in your example. Also if you remove the leading slash from your grep command, the resulting path will match the OP's usage (relative path to 'data') ... createhomedir -s | grep -o 'data/[^\/]*'.
Mar
23
comment How to transparently monitor SSH access/network traffic in Gentoo/general linux?
I wouldn't consider remote syslog forwarding to be especially revealing in the context of your wish to avoid tipping off unauthorized users, unless they are monitoring changes to your log configurations and network utilization. If you add details of your log daemon, someone might be able to offer you configuration recommendations (though you'll surely find examples in other Q's else where on this site)
Mar
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comment How to transparently monitor SSH access/network traffic in Gentoo/general linux?
An unfortunate reality of compromised systems is that you can't fully trust what they are telling you about user activity (or most anything else really). The best way to monitor suspected breached systems is from other locations on the network, typically between the untrusted node and it's network gateway, unless you have moderately sophisticated network gear that offers you more flexibility.
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revised How to transparently monitor SSH access/network traffic in Gentoo/general linux?
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comment How to transparently monitor SSH access/network traffic in Gentoo/general linux?
What do you mean by silently record? Is your intent to log activity without having evidence of the logging on the system being monitored?
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revised What does this firewall record mean?
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answered What does this firewall record mean?