El Sábado, 21 de Abril de 2007 23:17, Anne Wilson escribió: > On Saturday 21 April 2007, Martin Marques wrote: > > Anne Wilson escribió: > > > On Saturday 21 April 2007, peter kostov wrote: > > >> I have logwatch installed, but I didn't know about it. Thanks for > > >> pointing it out! > > > > > > In /etc/aliases, near the bottom, you'll see a line that you should > > > edit: > > > > > > # Person who should get root's mail > > > root: you@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > > > > > You'll then get a daily report of anything important happening. > > > > Actually, he should really start by editing /etc/log.d/logwatch.conf. :-) > > What do you have in mind? And do you mean > /etc/logwatch/conf/logwatch.conf? > > Anne The fact is, if you were hacker, doing all those things people posted here, you would probaby deleted any proof which could help in a forensics proccess. You should had done all that from a live cd or similar. This is my point of view. -- Manuel Arostegui Ramirez. Electronic Mail is not secure, may not be read every day, and should not be used for urgent or sensitive issues.