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env_audit

Env_audit is a program that ferrets out everything it can about the environment. It looks for process IDs, UID, GID, signal masks, umask, priority, leaked file descriptors, and environmental variables. It comes with test configurations for anacron, apache, atd, crond, GDB, inittab, logrotate, PHP, pppd, procmail, rsh, rxvt, sendmail, SSH, stunnel, sudo, xinetd, and xterm.

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  •  29 Dec 2003 14:09

    Release Notes: Tests for mod_perl, mod_include, mod_auth_external, and XFree86 were added. A new automatic auditing mode with HTML report generation is also included.

    •  11 Nov 2002 17:08

      Release Notes: The file descriptor lookup was optimized. Solaris Door IPC descriptors are now supported. Stream IPC details are now reported. Support for POSIX capabilities was added. Tests were added for dtterm, gdb, inittab, logrotate, rsh, rxvt, pppd, procmail, sendmail, stunnel-3, sudo, and xterm.

      •  21 Oct 2002 10:56

        Release Notes: This release adds support for Unix domain sockets, and now tries to track down FIFOs. If the inode is not found it now tries to find the device, and there are now tests for PHP, SSH, cron, anacron, and ATD.

        •  15 Oct 2002 23:24

          Release Notes: This release has been updated to handle IPv6 sockets and improved regular file identification.

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