Release Notes: Utilizes ITIL best practices. An enterprise view of Unix access. Enterprise-level audit reporting tools for Sarbanes-Oxley. Customizable audit reports via CSS. An embedded transactional SQL92 relational database. Load balancing. Disaster recovery. SSL encryption and PKI authentication. The ability to audit file transfers and remote command execution. Configurable default shells. Audit logs are digitally signed for integrity. Client and server configuration files for easy management. Idle session timeout. Displays corporate policy before each session.
Release Notes: sudosh-replay has been ported to C. Configuration file support has been added. This release is not backwards compatible with pre-1.6.2.
Release Notes: Sudosh can now be used as a default login shell.
Release Notes: This release now calls shells as if they were a login shell. It automatically sets the environment variables LOGNAME, USER, TERM, SHELL, and PATH, and changes the directory to user's HOME directory. It adds a random string to the log files so that non-privileged users cannot delete their log files, removes tampering code because it was not portable, and includes a general code cleanup.
Release Notes: An -i, --init flag was added for automatically creating the LOGDIR directory. This comes in handy when you need to use sudosh for users other than root.
Release Notes: This version added full support for HPUX, Tru64, OSDF, and Linux on Alpha.
Release Notes: This version added full support for AIX with GCC, generic Linux distributions (including Red Hat, SuSE, and Fedora), and full support for AMD64 SuSE 8.1, SPARC Solaris 5.9, and x86 SunOS Solaris 5.9. A problem where the sudosh-replay script was not replaying the scripts correctly in relation to the timing file was fixed. This version is ready for use on production servers.
Release Notes: This version adds timing support for real-time playback of root sessions. There is also localized logging.
Release Notes: This release corrects a keystroke bug in sudosh.c, and corrects the BS and DEL characters so that syslog is understandable when the user issues BS or DEL keys. ^H^H^H was too ugly. This version also adds support for AIX (removing MALLOC and REALLOC in configure.in), support for ~/.sudosh_input for the keystrokes, and a "DD/ MM/YYYY HH:MM:SS LLL" format for ~/.sudosh_input.
Release Notes: This version was ported to C. It now only logs input (command lines) to syslog, and logs input and output (same as the script) to ~/.sudosh_history.