[sudo-users] sudo-users Digest, Vol 106, Issue 1
DanielSprouse at catholichealth.net
Wed Oct 5 12:48:03 EDT 2011
maybe this cpan item? I am looking for a way to force users to type sudo even after they are elevated in sudo, which isn't looking like I am going to get an answer, but your problem sounds like one that perl coders have probably solved so many times that they may have written up something like:
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1. Using sudo-io logging to track user activity while using
raised privileges (Amelia Nilsson)
Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2011 15:29:37 +0200
From: Amelia Nilsson <amelia at linuxchick.se>
To: sudo-users at sudo.ws
Subject: [sudo-users] Using sudo-io logging to track user activity
while using raised privileges
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Hi sudo users!
I'm new to this list and have been searching the archives for information but haven't found what I was looking for.
I'm using the sudo-io logging to log users activity while using sudo. However, I only need the input data and for security reasons I shouldn't collect and save the output data from commands run with raised privileges. So far so good, by only using the log_input option. I can see that all data is there in the files for the session. Since I don't have any output data I can't use the sudoreplay function to play back a session, but that is fine because that's not the way I want to use this information.
To my question, is there any way to get a nicely formated output containing what commands was run during the session together with timestamps? To me it seems that all data for this is there, but I can't figure out if there's already a built-in way to do this or if someone else have encountered the same problem and hacked something together.
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