Logs keystrokes and output to a file and/or syslog
'Rootsh' is a shell wrapper that logs all echoed keystrokes and terminal output to a file and/or to syslog. Its main purpose is to audit users who need a shell with root privileges. These users start rootsh through the sudo mechanism.
released on 14 May 2008
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