Anomy is a bash application that will route common commands though Tor, anonymizing the traffic.
It enables connections from the following source to connect through the tor network:
$ anomy -h Usage: anomy [OPTION]... [URL]... Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too. Startup: -h, --help print this help Functions: -w, --wget wget download -s, --ssh initiate ssh connection -f, --ftp initiate ftp session -d, --sftp initiate sftp session -t, --telnet initiate telnet session
The installation scrip will install both Tor and Torsocks onto the system, if these are already present it will ignore and set up anomy
cd /opt git clone https://github.com/izm1chael/Anomy.git cd /Anomy sudo bash install.sh
Malware File count Log
This script will store the file count and directory size into a log file. This can also be sent to slack.
The cron example below will run every 3 hours and sends the output of each count to slack, this runs in between rsync crons
0 */3 * * * bash /home/root/scripts/filecount-run.sh