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Applies To: Red Hat/Cent OS version 7.0 and later.
Linux is a family of open source Unix-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel, an operating system kernel. An operating system is a software that manages all the hardware resources associated with your desktop or laptop.
EventTracker when integrated with Linux, collects logs and creates detailed reports, alerts, dashboards, and saved searches. These attributes of EventTracker helps user to view and receive critical and relevant information with respect to security, operations and compliance.
Reports contain summary of events such as success/failed user authentications, passed authentications, sudo command executions, device mount/unmount activities, software/package management activities, and many more in column-value pair.
Alerts are triggered as soon as a critical event are received by EventTracker for Linux, such as failed authentications, user password changes, changes made in sudoers file, user removed or deleted from Linux system.
Dashboards represents all the activities in Linux. These includes, user login success by source IP address, software/package management, user command execution, a dashlet displaying the types of events available at present for Linux etc.
These attributes or configurations of EventTracker allows administrators to quickly take appropriate actions against any threat/adversaries trying to jeopardize an organization’s normal operation.
Once Linux is configured to deliver events to EventTracker Manager alerts, dashboards, and reports can be configured into EventTracker.
The configuration details are consistent with EventTracker version 9.2 and later, and Linux (Red Hat/Cent OS version 7.0 and later).
To configure Linux to send logs to EventTracker, refer the How to Guide.
For more information please refer the Integration guide