Logging all commands by all users\daemons

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adalfarus
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Logging all commands by all users\daemons

Post by adalfarus » 2018/05/14 17:21:55

Hi all.
How can I logging all commands in the system?

For example, after added that line

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session 	required	pam_tty_audit.so	enable=*
to:
  • /etc/pam.d/password-auth
    /etc/pam.d/system-auth
    /etc/pam.d/sudo
I can grabbing all keystrokes by root. But, I need by all users.

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Re: Logging all commands by all users\daemons

Post by TrevorH » 2018/05/14 17:38:46

Welcome to security exposure #1...

Undo that. Look at using the audit daemon and configs instead.
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adalfarus
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Re: Logging all commands by all users\daemons

Post by adalfarus » 2018/05/14 17:57:09

TrevorH wrote:Look at using the audit daemon and configs instead.
Already.
But, it's not helped me.
I wrote to the forum because I've already lost two weeks and without results.

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Re: Logging all commands by all users\daemons

Post by hunter86_bg » 2018/05/15 04:09:00

Why are you so sure that you grab only 'root' keystrokes ? It will capture all without passwords.

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