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au_to_arg32, au_to_arg64, au_to_arg, au_to_attr64, au_to_data,

 

NAME

      au_to_arg32, au_to_arg64, au_to_arg, au_to_attr64, au_to_data,
      au_to_exit, au_to_groups, au_to_newgroups, au_to_in_addr,
      au_to_in_addr_ex, au_to_ip, au_to_ipc, au_to_ipc_perm, au_to_iport,
      au_to_opaque, au_to_file, au_to_text, au_to_path, au_to_process32,
      au_to_process64, au_to_process, au_to_process32_ex, au_to_process64_ex,
      au_to_process_ex, au_to_return32, au_to_return64, au_to_return,
      au_to_seq, au_to_sock_inet32, au_to_sock_inet128, au_to_sock_inet,
      au_to_subject32, au_to_subject64, au_to_subject, au_to_subject32_ex,
      au_to_subject64_ex, au_to_subject_ex, au_to_me, au_to_exec_args,
      au_to_exec_env, au_to_header, au_to_header32, au_to_header64,
      au_to_trailer, au_to_zonename - routines for generating BSM audit tokens
 

LIBRARY

      library “libbsm”
 

SYNOPSIS

      #include <bsm/libbsm.h>
 
      token_t *
      au_to_arg32(char n, char *text, u_int32_t v);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_arg64(char n, char *text, u_int64_t v);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_arg(char n, char *text, u_int32_t v);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_attr32(struct vattr *attr);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_attr64(struct vattr *attr);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_attr(struct vattr *attr);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_data(char unit_print, char unit_type, char unit_count, char *p);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_exit(int retval, int err);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_groups(int *groups);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_newgroups(u_int16_t n, gid_t *groups);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_in_addr(struct in_addr *internet_addr);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_in_addr_ex(struct in6_addr *internet_addr);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_ip(struct ip *ip);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_ipc(char type, int id);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_ipc_perm(struct ipc_perm *perm);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_iport(u_int16_t iport);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_opaque(char *data, u_int16_t bytes);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_file(char *file, struct timeval tm);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_text(char *text);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_path(char *text);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_process32(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_process64(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_process32_ex(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_addr_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_process64_ex(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_addr_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_return32(char status, u_int32_t ret);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_return64(char status, u_int64_t ret);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_return(char status, u_int32_t ret);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_seq(long audit_count);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_sock_inet32(struct sockaddr_in *so);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_sock_inet128(struct sockaddr_in6 *so);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_sock_int(struct sockaddr_in *so);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_subject32(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_subject64(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_subject(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_subject32_ex(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_addr_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_subject64_ex(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_addr_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_subject_ex(au_id_t auid, uid_t euid, gid_t egid, uid_t ruid,
              gid_t rgid, pid_t pid, au_asid_t sid, au_tid_addr_t *tid);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_me(void);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_exec_args(char **argv);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_exec_env(char **envp);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_header(int rec_size, au_event_t e_type, au_emod_t emod);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_header32(int rec_size, au_event_t e_type, au_emod_t emod);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_header64(int rec_size, au_event_t e_type, au_emod_t e_mod);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_trailer(int rec_size);
 
      token_t *
      au_to_zonename(char *zonename);
 

DESCRIPTION

      These interfaces support the allocation of BSM audit tokens, represented
      by token_t, for various data types.
      On success, a pointer to a token_t will be returned; the allocated
      token_t can be freed via a call to au_free_token(3).  On failure, NULL
      will be returned, and an error condition returned via errno.
      libbsm(3)
 

HISTORY

      The OpenBSM implementation was created by McAfee Research, the security
      division of McAfee Inc., under contract to Apple Computer, Inc., in 2004.
      It was subsequently adopted by the TrustedBSD Project as the foundation
      for the OpenBSM distribution.
 

AUTHORS

      This software was created by Robert Watson, Wayne Salamon, and Suresh
      Krishnaswamy for McAfee Research, the security research division of
      McAfee, Inc., under contract to Apple Computer, Inc.
 
      The Basic Security Module (BSM) interface to audit records and audit
      event stream format were defined by Sun Microsystems.
 

Sections

Based on BSD UNIX
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