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Re: Basic Security for RedHat
From: James Kelly <jim () essistants com>
Date: Thu, 09 Dec 2004 03:04:41 -0500

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Kalpin Erlangga Silaen wrote:
| Dear all,
|
| I am using RedHat 9.0 and there is 3 admin in my server. I am looking
| for some tools which will send email to me while some admin adduser or
| change user's password. Also I am looking for some tutorials how to
| limits user's resources in RedHat and some security basics.
|
| Any help will be appreciate.

Where I work we use scripts we made to do user management, mainly so it
can update things across various servers.  At the end of the script it
sends an email informing everyone that '$USER added $newusername' or
something similar.  I don't know if what you are after is being alerted
in case a malicious user adds an account... that would probably be
better accomplished by using something like aide or tripwire against the
~ passwd file.

Hope that helps.

Jim
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