August 4, 2005
SSL Encrypted syslog with stunnel
Anonymous Reader writes "The article describes how to store syslog messages in a MySQL database while encrypting the syslog messages using the replacement syslog daemon, rsyslogd. From the article: 'In this paper, I concentrate on the server side. If you are thinking about interactive syslog message review, you probably want to centralize syslog. In such a scenario, you have multiple machines (the so-called clients) send their data to a central machine (called server in this context).'"