File System Saint (fss) is a poor man's Tripwire-like utility that creates a snapshot of a live file system and uses that information later to detect any changes. It can be configured to run automatically and report any changes via email. It stores information about file size, ctime, mtime, owner, and permissions. Since all of these parameters can be tampered with, File System Saint stores a cryptographic hash of a file, guaranteeing that content of the file cannot be changed unnoticed.
Release Notes: This release has simple signal handling (to exit cleanly in certain situations), command line database specification, will nuke bogus > redirection, proper manual pages, config file syntax validation, and various miscellaneous fixes and performance tweaks. It uses Getopt::Std insted of Getopt::Long, and the program name has been changed to 'fss'.
Release Notes: 10-15% speed increase. A couple of bug fixes. Improved logging facilities and overall quality of code.