King COunty

From: charlie strauss <cems_at_earthlink_dot_net>
Date: Tue Nov 09 2004 - 18:56:34 CST

In response to Jim March's pointing out that the paper log generation events dont show up in the computer logs. I am wondering what technical means can not only make audit log changes detectable but also make them very difficult.

If the systems were on line one could use a remote, crytographic time-stamped-hash server, but I dont think we want them on-line.

Is it technically feasible for a conventional CD-R in normal CD iso-data format to write short records without buffering them in large batches (that would delay their commitment to the CD)? I've used multi-session CD-Rs but the sessions tend to be large so perhaps the iso format limits the number of these events??

If so one could use serial number stamped CDs for the loggers and not drive up the price with special logger hardware.

Or has OVC already dealt with this another way.

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