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I know I am a Newbie, and that is why I am here to learn and to share whatever I know .. :-)


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comment How would you monitor emails within your network?
@Sirex - I was also thinking of the same, I will make a note of that .. thanks for the update. :-)
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comment How would you monitor emails within your network?
Hi Iain, thanks for the reply ... Well I got the point which you are trying to make but those are other ways to monitor the situation (in this case its understandable), but if they are not using such tools like impero then is it possible to MITM a HTTPS connection without using a fake certificate.. thanks in advance ..
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comment How would you monitor emails within your network?
exactly my question! In my office I suspect they are monitoring, but I am not sure, so wanted to ask and confirm is it possible or not and if yes then how ??
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comment Script to count number of times a file has been accessed
Thanks for making it clear venzen .. :)
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comment Script to count number of times a file has been accessed
Hi venzen, thanks for the reply, Well actually I am running a server which does not have a X-Server so GUI wont be a problem, but thanks for the heads up :) Sorry for not mentioning it before. Well, I also thought about the atime option but was not able to relate it well. Well I came across a tool called audit auditd is the daemon that will be running, with auditctl you can monitor specific files and ausearch will show the output of who has accessed the file and shows many more information. I can write a script which filters data from the information from ausearch. Any Views?
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comment VirtualBox and Wireless interface Bridging?
thanks for the reply, it was really helpful. Is there any documentation which can give me more details or any references for your above post? And does that driver vboxnetflt works for any interface (like wlan and pppoe and eth)
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