[clug-talk] logging users sessions
rob at techcom.dyndns.org
Wed Mar 9 13:47:40 PST 2005
A quick google brought up the "script" command
I would look into this, and if it is what you want place it into the
/etc/profile stuff so that it starts automatically on login.
not very secure as users could kill script... but can be done.
Maybe you could do a "su - root -c script <some parameters> in the login
so that users can't kill it.... or execute a setuid bourne shell script
On Wed, 2005-03-09 at 14:25, Robert Campbell wrote:
> Do users have X access over the ssh tunnel, if so logging could be
> On Wed, 2005-03-09 at 11:16, smagnuson at forzani.com wrote:
> > I'm looking for a means to log user sessions. Does anyone have any experience with this? What software did you use to do it?
> > user ssh's in
> > any command they type gets echoed to something like /var/log/......
> > I don't want this to be optional
> > I want this to work with multiple shells (sh, bash, ksh, etc)
> > thanks
> > sig
> > Found the following but have yet to look at them on more detail.
> > http://people.consol.de/~lausser/rootsh/rootsh.html
> > http://sudosh.sourceforge.net/
> > http://www.egbok.com/sudoscript/
> > http://foosh.sourceforge.net/
> > http://e133.enemy.cx/xSH-paranoia/
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