In article <BB27CB73.1067D%mlevin77comcast.net>,
Mike Levin <mlevin77comcast.net> wrote:
Is there a reason not to upgrade to Mac OSX?> On a related issue, to monitor access to the Mac "in person" (people
> using the machine from the console, is there any good software which can act
> like a password protected screen saver, except that it 1) has several
> possible passwords (so I can assign individual passwords to valid users, and
> 2) records the password and the date/time it's entered (so I can tell who is
> using it when)?
It would give you some tools.
As for 2) it's not a good idea to record passwords, because this file
can be read by an intruder, therby getting many passwords.
If you need a record, just record accounts and attemps, but no passwords.
Or, if you need passwords, print them on a printer physically (they
cannot be read remotely).
Marc Heusser - Zurich, Switzerland
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