Originally Posted by prabhakar1234
I have googled a lot for this but didn't find any satisfactory answer.
I wonder what
you googled for
I literally searched for the topic of this thread at google.com and found 1.7 Million hits
I find it hard to believe that none are "satisfactory"
Edit: JeremyBoden has a valid point, eg. shell scripts.
Script running will be recorded, but not the commands in them.
Changing shells is also a bypass option.
or commands prefaced with a <space> in the bash shell.
You have to be smarter than your users and 5 years since an identical word-for-word post here
I feel very sad, if that's your post as well.