These are my links for 11 gen 2011 through 12 gen 2011:
- 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error
- DISABLING BASH_HISTORY AND/OR LOGGING ALL USER’S CMDS – ancora su audit bash:<br />
Once you have logged out of your shell by default bash will store the last 500 previous cmds (commands), and/or 500 lines, you executed to your .bash_history file for easy recall on future sessions (Ctrl+R or ! or !!). Even passwords that were entered as plain text, such as: mysqladmin -u root password 'new-password'I've listed a number of different methods to disable it, limit it, or stop users from altering their own .bash_history for auditing needs. Depending on your own needs select a method/s.
- History Time Format | Crisis – Un bel post di Giorgio in inglese su audit dell'history bash (inserire a fianco di ogni comando nella history, data e ora di esecuzione)