Integrit is an alternative to file integrity verification programs like tripwire and aide. It helps you determine whether an intruder has modified a computer system. It creates a database that is a snapshot of the essential parts of your computer system. You put the database somewhere safe, and then use it to make sure that no one has made illicit modifications to the computer system. If there's a break in, you know exactly which files have been modified, added, or removed. Current features include a small memory footprint, a simple and modular design (for a faster learning curve), up-to-date cryptographic algorithms, cascading rulesets, output that can be XML or a human-readable form that can be scanned, an option to reset access times, simultaneous check and update, and a design that is meant for unattended use.
DocumentationUser manual available from http://integrit.sourceforge.net/texinfo/integrit.html
released on 16 September 2014
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||21 February 2001|
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|Weak prerequisite||Boehm garbage collection library|
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