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Fake CDroms and monitoring programs
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    Fake CDroms and monitoring programs

    First I want to create a partition that looks like a cd rom drive to programs. Second I am looking for a program that will monitor another program.

    The monitoring program I want it to tell me if the program I am watching makes any changes to files, runs other programs, or sends any info out over the net. Is there anything out that does that?

    Brett

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    Re: Fake CDroms and monitoring programs

    hello,
    i am not sure about the monitering program, for the CDrom just do a mount -o loop -t iso9660 /locaiton/of/cd.iso /mount/point/

    of course the the directory /mount/point needs to exist.

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    You don't even need a seperate partition all u need is a iso image?

    hello,
    i am not sure about the monitering program, *for the CDrom just do a mount -o loop -t iso9660 /locaiton/of/cd.iso /mount/point/

    of course the the directory /mount/point needs to exist.

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    You don't even need a seperate partition all u need is a iso image?

    Thats correct.

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    Re: Fake CDroms and monitoring programs

    for seeing if it sends anything over the net you can run a packet sniffer, for file changes.....
    okay got it, make a new user, with write access to only ~, then just keep checking whats created/changed.


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    I don't get it. a new user with write access only. So I run the program with the user with write access only?

    make a new user, with write access to only ~, then just keep checking whats created/changed.

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    Re: Fake CDroms and monitoring programs

    hmm never used such a thing but you could try some intrusion detection systems to monitor a program


    http://freshmeat.net/search/?q=intru...ction=projects

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    I don't get it. a new user with write access only. So I run the program with the user with write access only?

    err the user can only write to ~ (~ mean their homedirectory) so anything that the program changes has to be in their homedirectory (make sure you ls -a or ls -A)

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