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lterm

lterm is a small script built to install a bash hook for full terminal logging. I use this on Red Team engagments to track down and log issues. This is very helpful for backup of crictical data you may lose do to powerloss etc.

Install lterm

Install via git

You can do this to maintain newest version.

$ git clone https://github.com/killswitch-GUI/zlib_wrapper.git
$ python setup.py install

Install via pip

Easy to setup and runs from any user global $PATH

$ pip install lterm

Run lterm

open up a terminal:

$ lterm.py -h

usage: lterm.py [-i] [-l /root/test/] [-r] [-v] [-b]

lterm is utility to log all bash windows opened by any user on the system.
This offten is useful for data logging on critical systems.

optional arguments:
  -i              Install logging
  -l /root/test/  Logging location (full path)
  -r              Remove Logging and restore to intial state, this will
                  attempt to use the backup file created from -b
  -v              Set verbose output
  -b              Backup RC file during install

Example Usage: YouTube

Example

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