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I recommend OSSEC, and or (mentioned by Schroeder) Tripwire. However, I also recommend principle of least privileges. If you have your developers all using escalated privileges to do their work, I emphasize placing them in groups, and using sudo. For added measures, I'd add timestamps to bash history files where applicable. This will enable you to track what ...


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Your question of why the forward rule doesn't work is essentially a networking question, so I'll explain using an analogy. Imagine there are three people involved in the sending of a letter - Alice, Bob, and you. Alice wants to get a message to Bob, but using you as a middleman (proxy). Alice could use one of two techniques: Method 1: Write a letter ...



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