On Wed, 21 Jan 2004, Brian Brazil wrote:
> Off the top of my head:
> Process accounting
> Searching for John etc.
> Monitoring all process that take over an hour of CPU time(assumes
> they're running on one of you systems, its always possible to farm
> out such a job).
they're cracking your password file on a machine outside your
> Look for big NIS accesses(eg ypcat passwd) dependant on cracking all
People do ypcat passwd all the time (ypcat passwd | grep foo),
hopeless to try catch people by monitoring this (and there isnt an
easy way to monitor it iirc, least not with linux ypserv, last i
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