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comment We want capture all login user activity and keystroke
Might also consider moving to containers, so 2k people don't have access to a server, just their walled garden.
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comment We want capture all login user activity and keystroke
Checkout out auditd
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comment We want capture all login user activity and keystroke
Capturing keystrokes is a big security no-no, it means passwords will be stored somewhere, and likely not in a secure way. People might use these passwords elsewhere. Log-in and log-out events should be in the `/var/log/secure log. I think a better approach would be to prevent the people from doing the bad things instead of focusing on who. If you require sudo for stuff, then sudo will log those actions.
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reviewed Approve check admin rights inside python script
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