SysChk 3.1

SysChk is a tool that aids in the monitoring of file system integrity.
SysChk is a tool that aids in the monitoring of file system integrity.

SysChk project monitors changes to user and group ownership, modification times, file permissions and MD5 hashes.

Monitored changes include:
User Ownership.
Group Ownership.
File Permissions.
Modified Time.
Md5 Hash.

SysChk Configuration:

SysChk configuration is simple.
Just edit the syschk.conf then add the directories you wish to monitor.

Example:

DIR=/usr/bin
DIR=/root

Options:

-h This Menu.
-f < cfg_file > path for config file.
-s < chksumdb > path to checksum DB.
-i Initialize database
-c Check FileSystem Integrity
-d Dump the whole database.
-l < log_file > path to log file.

Examples:

## Create new or Update existing database.
syschk -i -f /etc/syschk.conf -s /var/lib/syschk.db

## Check for file system changes.
syschk -c -f /etc/syschk.conf -s /var/lib/syschk.db

last updated on:
January 17th, 2006, 21:21 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
h0e
homepage:
www.ihackedthisbox.com
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Monitoring

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