Forensics
Re: AS400 logs help Jul 17 2007 02:36PM
Tom Stowell (jts deforest k12 wi us)
Hi Fernando,

Your English is better than my Spanish... :-)

IBM redbooks might help:

http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/redbooks.nsf/Redbooks?SearchView&Query=(
as%2F400%20or%20os%2F400)%20and%20security&SearchMax=4999

Also, there were a few hits on google.

http://www.google.com/search?q=os%2F400+forensics&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t
&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

.....

Wish I had better answers for you. It's been years since I've dealt
with an AS/400... and you're right, they are a different world.

Good luck!

Tom

Tom Stowell
Network Administrator
DeForest Area School District
520 E. Holum St.
DeForest, WI 53532
Fax: (608)-842-6545
Voice: (608)-842-6500
Email: <jts (at) deforest.k12.wi (dot) us [email concealed]>

console, n. [From latin consolatio(n) "comfort, spiritual solace."] A
device for displaying or printing condolances or obituaries for the
operator.
-- Stan Kelly-Bootle, The Computer Contradictionary.

>>> "Fernando Diego Daffara" <fernandodaffara (at) epicsoft.com (dot) ar [email concealed]>
7/13/2007 16:45 >>>
Hi, I could use some (all) help! I have to make a forensics analysis of
the
AS400 login/logoff logs records. But i don't have any idea about where
to
start looking! :-(

AS400 is another world! Could someone get my an idea about how to
start
looking, some web links, etc?

I will be able to ask to the AS400 administrator for the data, but I
want to
go witch some idea about AS400 logs, how to look it, where they are,
how
long do they are maintained?

Thanks in advance and I'm really shamed because of my English!

Fernando.

Argentina

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