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. integrit's major advantages are a small memory footprint and simplicity. It works by creating a database that is a snapshot of the most essential parts of your computer system. You put the database somewhere safe, and you can then use it to make sure that no one has made any illicit modifications to the computer system. In the case of a break in, you know exactly which files have been modified, added, or removed.
|Tags||Security Utilities Linux C Unix|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD GNU/Hurd Linux Other Solaris|
Release Notes: This version fixes exit status codes when just "missing files" are found.
Release Notes: RipeMD160 is now used for both current-state reports and file checksums, instead of MD5 and SHA1 (respectively). This release introduces support for delayed failures.
Release Notes: Changes in the file type are now detected correctly, as are changes to device node major/minor numbers and symlink targets. Support for systems without static linking support was added. Directories configured to be ignored are now ignored.
Release Notes: Large file support is now built-in by default on platforms that have LFS. There was a minor bugfix in the human-readable reporting of files that were changed to symlink.
Release Notes: This stable release includes many portability enhancements. auxiliary tools in utils directory now display checksums by default.