Our customer's governance requested for scripts to be written to scan
files on servers & I think it's to ensure files are sane / not corrupted
/not tampered with.
To quote what they requested:
"The purpose is to see if there is any match from scanned files to MD5 hashes.
1) Management cluster systems (including OS like Windows 2008 R2, RHEL 5.x/6.x, Solaris x86)
2) Management consoles"
Can anyone write / provide the scripts? Ideally don't need to install any
additional binaries (eg: compiler/interpreter) but just run on the native
OS (eg: Windows batch or PowerShell or VB scripts, Linux Shell/Perl)
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