Snoopy is designed to aid the task of a sysadmin by providing a log of commands executed. Snoopy is completely transparent to the user and applications. It is linked into programs to provide a wrapper around calls to execve(). Logging is done via syslogd and written to authpriv, allowing secure offsite logging of activity.
|Operating Systems||Linux BSD|
Release Notes: Autotools is now used. The code was fixed for 32-bit and 64-bit OSes.
Release Notes: Integrity checking, a new method of logging, and faster logging.
Release Notes: This release fixes a menacing bug.
Release Notes: Cleanups to the codebase, addition of the output of username and sid (PID of the login shell) to the logged output, and a fix for install.sh to be compatible with older (v1.0) bash shells.
Release Notes: Initial release.