The following user-contributed tools are available.
summarizes the sudo log file (from syslog).
is a sudoers file sanity checker that finds orphaned and unused
entries to help keep your sudoers file squeaky clean.
uses the script(1) command to log a sudo session. This can be
useful for people who insist on running shells under sudo.
is a filter that allows the use of a root shell while logging
the commands typed via syslog.