How can I log everything what a user does in a session

How can I log everything what a user does in a session

Post by The Only!!! Migh » Thu, 19 Jan 1995 13:32:03



Hi,    
        How can Log what a user does on a session
I mean what every that is not echoed 'cause they can run screen, and
hide them....

Any help App
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How can I log everything what a user does in a session

Post by james mularadel » Fri, 20 Jan 1995 08:36:57



: Hi,  
:       How can Log what a user does on a session
: I mean what every that is not echoed 'cause they can run screen, and
: hide them....

Check out the package ttysnoop, it'll let you listen in on a tty.
Granted this could be unethical, and illegal in some if not most
situations.

jim

 
 
 

How can I log everything what a user does in a session

Post by Matus Uhlar Softwa » Sat, 21 Jan 1995 17:26:36



: Hi,  
:       How can Log what a user does on a session
: I mean what every that is not echoed 'cause they can run screen, and
: hide them....

man acct
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