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Re: Spying in a corporate environment
From: p1g <killfactory () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2007 18:07:04 -0500
SpectorCNE will give the flexibility you need.
On Nov 20, 2007 6:49 AM, Col <colweb () gmail com> wrote:
In my job we have to investigate people on our network for various reasons.
Increasingly I am finding I need some sort of tool to help me out.
Preferably something that I can run on a server, point at a client or
a user account and have it monitor that user/machine activity over a
period of time.
The best tool would have these sorts of features:-
Audit log - everything the user does (shared drives, applications, web
Data copy - copy data from the machine, including from pen drives
(automatically would be nice)
Offline logging - ability to log what the user does with the machine
when its off the network
Alerting system - alert me when the user does something defined in a rule
Has anyone come across a tool that does any of these things?
I guess the best solution would be to write something in house, as it
would almost never get picked up by Anti Virus scanners, but obviously
that's a lot of effort.
Any pointers appreciated, thanks in advance.
o" )~ oink oink
' ' ' '
If you spend more on coffee than on IT security, you will be hacked.
What's more, you deserve to be hacked.
-- former White House cybersecurity czar Richard Clarke
Re: Spying in a corporate environment Emilio Casbas (Nov 21)
Re: Spying in a corporate environment p1g (Nov 26)
Re: Spying in a corporate environment Chris Barber (Nov 27)
Re: RE: Spying in a corporate environment times (Nov 21)
- Re: Spying in a corporate environment, (continued)