File Integrity checker with recovery


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File Integrity checker with recovery

Hello friends
I have an CentosOS 5 box running Apache, I want to Install a powerful File Integrity checker with recovery option to maintain any changes may be happened without my hand
Could you help me to recommend such solution
Thanks
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Tripwire can monitor your system for changes. However, I don't think that it will automatically recover them, as that's something most administrators don't want to leave to automation. After all, the installation source itself could have been corrupted itself.
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Originally Posted by reaky
I want to Install a powerful File Integrity checker with recovery option to maintain any changes
Apart from undefined characteristics like "powerful": Samhain can store file contents but file size is limited. BTW, there's a reason people emphasize making (off-site) backups is a Good Thing.
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You may do this yourself by maintaining the checksum of all the executables and libraries. You may check them always at boot time by putting a relevant init script and take the status of the system integrity.
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