The Question is:
Without using a third-party product, how would it be possible to turn on
keystroke logging of a particular user's account from either another account
or from within that user's login.com?
The Answer is :
Without using an existing third-party package for this purpose, you
would have to write your own kernel-mode logging tool and insert it
into the terminal driver stack. Indirect means for logging user
input -- such as using SET HOST/LOG or using an out-board logging
tool or network monitor -- are obviously possible, of course.
Put another way, Compaq does not offer a keystroke-logging tool for
For information on available software packages, please see the
application software catalog referenced in the OpenVMS FAQ.
If you wish to receive notifications of security-relevent events,
you can use the integrated security auditing and security alarm
capabilities of OpenVMS, enabled via ACL, via the /FLAG=ACNT setting
on the user UAF entry, or via the SET AUDIT command.