Thread: tripwire?

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    tripwire?


    Hi

    Just wondering if anyone knows of some software that works like tripwire on *nix, but for Windows 9x/ME (not NT/2K/XP)?

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    Heya...

    I'm not sure if theyre is a port of tripwire or something like for win9x/Me.

    But, I do know that Win2k/NT (Pro/Workstation and Server Editions) both have this ability built into them, providing your using NTFS as the filesystem.

    Win2k's NTFS apparently is more efficient than NT's.

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    I'm aware of software/functions for NT/2K that works like tripwire, but the OS in this case is 9x/ME...
    And running NT/2K without using NTFS, seems kinda pointless...

    I want to know which files have been modified when, why, how etc, so the applog files would help a bit, but there's still too much missing...

    I don't think tripwire has been ported to that platform, but I just hope there's something similar...

    Thanks anyway

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