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The most obvious, shell agnostic method would be to replace ssh with a wrapper script/program that does the needed logging, and then execs ssh. Using the wrapper program means that it doesn't matter what shell the users are using (yes, there are shells other than bash!), and "shell escapes" from other programs (such as emacs, vi, mailx, etc.) will also be ...


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You could do it in three different ways as i see it - There are most likely many other ways to do it as well! The best method would be to attach a audit tool to the kernels sysexec calls so it would be untraceable by the user etc. The two other ways would simply be to modify the shell environment to log it. Instead of me (grabbing the code/answers from ...



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