Integcheck is a system integrity checker.
Version: 1.0.4Integcheck is a system integrity checker.
Operating System: Linux
Integcheck checks the integrity of exposed systems by getting a list of MD5 hashes of any important file via SSH.
The idea is to check integrity of exposed systems by getting a list of md5 of any important file via ssh, to keep this list on a pretty safe system (a system that do not run any server publicly available), and, finally, to compare everyday this list and with the previous one.
As long as the system considered as safe is not compromised, it should inform administrators of any changes on the others systems.
As others integrity checker, if its own components are corrupted, it can be fooled. In others words, you cannot have a security policy entirely relying on an integrity checker, and you should always do manual checks regularly to be sure that the integrity checker is not corrupted itself.
So what's the point of this tool, if you are still forced to do manual checks? In fact, it is way faster to check integrity of integcheck than integrity of the whole system.
What's New in This Release:
· Checks now rely on MD5 and file size instead of just MD5.