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Changelog.txt 78403-Feb-2017 14:02
README 49203-Feb-2017 14:02
logwall_0.1.10_all.deb 1005218-Sep-2014 18:48
logwall_0.1.11_all.deb 1006022-Sep-2014 05:42
logwall_0.1.14_all.deb 1028402-Oct-2014 13:22
logwall_0.1.15_all.deb 1028220-Jan-2015 19:47
logwall_0.1.16_all.deb 1044413-May-2015 11:10
logwall_0.1.1_all.deb 848213-Jan-2014 22:06
logwall_0.1.21_all.deb 1122210-Sep-2016 18:39
logwall_0.1.22_all.deb 1188818-Jan-2017 16:14
logwall_0.1.24_all.deb 1198627-Jan-2017 21:08
logwall_0.1.2_all.deb 903626-Jan-2014 00:03
logwall_0.1.3_all.deb 911226-Jan-2014 00:36
logwall_0.1.4_all.deb 960226-Jan-2014 14:59
logwall_0.1.5_all.deb 968826-Jan-2014 23:14
logwall_0.1.6_all.deb 976003-Feb-2014 23:42
logwall_0.1.7_all.deb 988805-Feb-2014 22:52
logwall_0.1.8_all.deb 989208-Feb-2014 19:02
logwall_0.1.9_all.deb 989603-Mar-2014 19:46
logwall for syslog is an analogue to firewall for IP networks. 
 Many distributors set /dev/log socket world-writable, this may cause enfaking the system logs on multiuser systems. 
 One solution to set socket's permissions to 660 and sorting users and their processes into groups by which the
 access to /dev/log is allowed or denied.
 logwall gives more flexibility to control who may able to log, with which facility and at which priority with a ruleset 
 based on peer socket properties.