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Here's an overview: Step 1. The monitoring agent obtains the resource and detects modifications (which could be either authorized, or unauthorized). Modification detection methods may vary, from simple HTML page "checksum" methods (as pointed out by G4spr), to more sophisticated "browser" agents that would actually interpret/render the content of your ...
The problem here is with dynamic pages, because with static you could do a CHECKSUM comparison. With dynamic you could: Add HTML meta tag with validation code and checks if it's on page. Track key elements that allow you to identify major changes, such as in defacements. I found this website that taks more about some of the ways you can use.
Android 5.2 and perhaps other 5.x versions should only prompt once on reboot. This should fix your issue. I assume you're running 4.x or older.
Firstly I should say - I'm in no way affiliated to this company except I have used and installed their products and liked them. https://www.centrify.com/products/server-suite/ - is an enterprise level solution which allows monitoring, alerting and auditing of privileged account usage including domain administrators. Definitely worth a look if your serious ...
Hashing is indeed the opposite of what you are looking for (any change in the input leads to a completely different hash). You could try a perceptual hash instead. As a side note regarding your hash/salt attempts: why would you need salting? It is not like someone could reconstruct the original document (similar to reconstructing a password and comparing ...
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