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How to know different types of events and there ID's in linux

How can I know what are all different types of events linux generates. I can get this from logs but reading logs and noting down ID's are very much time expensive and all the events will not triggers. ...
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Clarification about logging [on hold]

Firstly, I apologize for asking this kind of noob question. But, for some time, I've got so much confusion about computer message logging. As the article on Wikipedia said, Syslog is a standard for ...
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how to continuously caputre all my network traffic? [closed]

I've got a Linux desktop that will be a gateway between my private network and the open internet. I'd like it to capture and store all network traffic passing through it continuously, 24/7 (until the ...
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Security checklist for hosting a website on dedicated server - Linux [closed]

I have been searching for a while now. But i can't find a start-up and advanced sought-of checklist to understand the most important things to consider while going for dedicated hosting server for a ...
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SSH Log: “Accepted password for user…”

I have only port 29999 open for SSH connections. But in the log file I see entries like this: Accepted password for user1 from 190.101.200.100 port 55805 ssh2 saying that a connection was accepted ...
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Do LAMP log files sometimes contain sensitive information?

I will have a LAMP web server with CentOS and cPanel. With this setup, is it possible for any server log files, whether regular or error logs, to contain sensitive information in them, such as ...
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Can auditd track events that occured over NFS

I have multiple servers mounting a NFS shared called /opt/WHATEVER from Server X. Server X has auditd enables with rule: sudo /sbin/auditctl -w /opt/WHATEVER -p rwxa When events occur on Server X ...
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Linux command logging?

Recently someone broke into one of our linux servers as a non root user. An excerpt from .bash_history: [...] perl perl set +o history set +o history set +o history passwd sdfsdf passwd exit I ...
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What does a MCSE need to learn to be proficient regarding *nix security?

I have a top notch Windows MCSE/MCSD (developer) who wants to broaden his skills with Linux security... but needs to update his skills from the Ultrix / Yellowpages days of 40 years ago. What ...
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What features do you look for in an Enterprise Log Management solution?

This question is for IT Pros, and people who manage a company's infrastructure. Developers should see this related answer for tools geared for them. What are your requirements for such a Event Log ...