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Old 01-27-2008, 07:38 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by DAVE666 View Post
If you want their attention the best place would be the Linux Security forum. In your case you should NOT go posting there right now since you're making a nuisance out of yourself by spamming your threads about this single topic across our subfora. It is NOT appreciated.

Wrt other people (supposedly) accessing your Frostwire: go secure your account before you go logging stuff. If you don't secure your account then basically you're granting them access. Not their fault.

Wrt logging: 0) it's a P2P application so it uses network resources. Network packets can be logged with for instance Wireshark or tcpdump. 1) it is Java-based and it runs Apache Commons Logging (JCL). JCL allows for logging through for instance Log4J. See this. If you want help with JCL visit the Frostwire forum or mailing list. I'm sure the developers are eager and willing to help you this instant.
Old 01-27-2008, 12:28 PM   #17
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Just type in a terminal, "sudo apt-get install lkl" It's a userspace keystroke logger. I don't think it'll log your sudo stuff, but I might be wrong, I've never used it. The keystroke logger will only keep track of one side of the conversation or chat you want recorded though.



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