IMLogger provides a usable program to enable network administrators to log certain instant messaging activities (namely, login and logout). AOL is currently supported, with Yahoo, MSN, and Jabber protocols in the works. This is very useful in Universities where campus police want to trace a SN back to a port/dorm room.
|Tags||Security Utilities Logging Internet Communications Chat|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The code readability was improved in this version, and more comments were added. All known problems (mostly with output) were fixed.
Release Notes: A feature has been added to dump the current connection list (in memory) to a file. This is good if you need to restart or reboot; you won't lose much of the connection state information. Syslog support has been added, but it doesn't seem to be working yet. Some code has been cleaned up to make it more readable.
Release Notes: The ability to show a list of screen names currently logged into the AIM service was added. A scavenging routine was added to clean out stale connection data.
Release Notes: This version junked the use of the C++ compiler, and, in doing so, now avoids potential problems with libpcap/ C++ interoperability.
No changes have been submitted for this release.