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Graphical Report for Linux Audit Log

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Hi,

I enable auditing on my REDHAT linux box but i need a more user friendly way of looking at the reports rather than aureport command. Is there a graphical tool that can read from the log file and give me a user friendly report.

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Typically one enables audit log for particular event and then filters audit log. By default it mostly stores selinux data and you can use audit2why and setroubleshoot to visualize it.
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Hope it works.
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