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Please, give me a pointer to a finger logging program.
I have already FingerTrace scrypt and backfinger.tar.gz
Thanks, Serge
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Serge, I have done some research in the past two days.  I now firmly believe that finger logging can be done.
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I've been using this finger-logging program for some years:

http://www.tekniq.net/archive/security/exploits/hack/misc/fwatch.tar.Z
                             Have fun ;)

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fwatch is identical to backfinger. Thank you for your efforts.
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