tripwire - IDS (Intrusion Detection System)

Tripwire is a very valuable security tool for Linux systems, if  it  is
installed to a clean system. Tripwire should be installed  right  after
the OS installation, and before you have connected  your  system  to  a
network (i.e., before any possibility exists that someone  could  alter
files on your system).

When Tripwire is initially set up, it creates a database  that  records
certain file information. Then when it is run, it compares a designated
set of files and directories to the information stored in the database.
Added or deleted files are flagged and reported, as are any files  that
have changed from their previously recorded state in the database. When
Tripwire is run against system files  on  a  regular  basis,  any  file
changes will be spotted when Tripwire is run. Tripwire will report  the
changes, which will give system administrators a clue that they need to
enact damage control measures immediately if certain  files  have  been
License:GPL Group:Applications/System


Name Version Release Type Size Built
tripwire 1.fc6 src 786 KiB Thu Mar 1 01:00:19 2007


* Wed Feb 28 17:00:00 2007 Brandon Holbrook <fedora at>
- Upgrade to upstream (obsoletes gcc4 patch)
- Merge quickstart.txt into README.Fedora and fix doc bug (#161764)
* Thu Dec 21 17:00:00 2006 Brandon Holbrook <fedora at>
- Don't print anything at install time
* Tue Dec 19 17:00:00 2006 Brandon Holbrook <fedora at>
- Changed defattr to 644,755
- removed BR: autoconf
- Inform users about README.Fedora instead of spamming the install
  with catting the whole file

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