>Command logging in linux

By | September 27, 2010

>As we know the command issued by a user get logged info .bash_history file of user's home directory. But this method of command logging is not reliable since .bash_history can be edited later on and moreover if command issued on shell open through another method (ie shell open through vim). In my opinion auditing through Bash History is useless.
       PAM auditing is useful. Key logging is good logging of command , although it may generate huge logs but still all activity can be logged and can be filtered later on.

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