On Wed, 2004-01-21 at 23:32, Paul Jakma wrote:
> 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
I wonder if there is any point in moving the command ypcat to something
else say foo2.
When the command ypcat is called it does a
foo2 | tee me_output_to_trusted_elsewhere and maybe even kicks off a
script that captures the username.
Other things you could do is md5 checksum all the system programs to see
if there is an evil version there.
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