[SANS ISC] Backup Scripts, the FIM of the Poor

I published the following diary on “Backup Scripts, the FIM of the Poor“.

File Integrity Management or “FIM” is an interesting security control that can help to detect unusual changes in a file system. By example, on a server, they are directories that do not change often. Example with a UNIX environment:

  • Binaries & libraries in /usr/lib, /usr/bin, /bin, /sbin, /usr/local/bin, …
  • Configuration files in /etc
  • Devices files in /dev

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