Seems like someone who would be doing something
worthy of the surveillance
would do more than retroactively
. For example:
HISTSIZE = 0
HISTFILE = /dev/null
Just because there is the potential to
have a bad egg using your computer, doesn't
mean you have the right to invade users'
privacy. I hope you have a banner warning
users that their commands are being
monitored as well as a policy describing
appropriate vs. inappropriate usage of your system.
It seems to me the method you describe is invasive;
similar to police frisking every person that
passes by, or maybe just taking an x-ray scan
to store on file as evidence if some crime is
committed later. I bet the ACLU would have
something to say about that.
</soapbox> Nod, Andukar
, I see where you
are coming from. The whole thing just irks
I suffer from latent libertarianism