Thread: OSX Logging Software?
03-22-2007, 01:14 PM #1
OSX Logging Software?
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- Mar 22, 2007
Hey everyone! Got a question for you.
I work for a media company who is working on completely retrofitting our security for the work we create. One aspect that I'm trying to find a solution for is monitoring activity throughout our office and editorial systems.
Essentially, what I'm looking for is a way to log what people look at, when they do, how long they do, etc. I don't really care about internet, email, etc. I mostly care about the activity across our local network, and more specifically, our fiber network, (Xserves). I'd like something like an FTP log, or similar.
I don't really want to go as far as a keystroke logger or a screen-grab logger. They are company systems, but I do care about what small shred of privacy our employees have. But, if that's the only solution, so be it.
Anyways, any tips or thoughts would be of a great help! Thanks all!
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