Post by g.. » Wed, 25 Jan 1995 04:11:55

Is there a way to record what a user is doing without them knowing about
it.  We think we might have a hacker/cracker at our site and want to do
some checking up on what they are doing (legally, of course). Any ideas?  
Thanx for the help.

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