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Counterflow - TripWire (13) - Tripwire (CDr, Album)

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  4. "Open Source Tripwire® software is a security and data integrity tool useful for monitoring and alerting on specific file change(s) on a range of systems. The project is based on code originally contributed by Tripwire, Inc. in ".
  5. The Open Source Tripwire update includes compilation & portability fixes, a few significant bug fixes, and a couple of small but useful mini-features: Fixes compilation errors on .
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  7. Tripwire Enterprise is an agent-based solution comprised of a server, referred to as the Tripwire Enterprise Console, and an agent, referred to as the Tripwire Enterprise Agent. Every target on which the TE Agent is installed requires ports 98to operate correctly. Port is used for secure RMI communications from the TE Console.
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