May 21, 2020 6:00 PM

What’s new in Sudo 1.9

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Sudo is used by millions of Linux/Unix users to run commands as root or another privileged user, but most people are not familiar with all Sudo can do.

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Sudo is used by millions of Linux/Unix users to run commands as root or another privileged user, but most people are not familiar with all Sudo can do. Sudo Project Maintainer Todd Miller and Open Source Evangelist Peter Czanik will talk about the new feature in the next major release of Sudo, version 1.9. We will highlight changes to the Sudo Plugin interface, showcase the new centralized session recording functionality, and demo some simple Sudo plugins written in Python.

What you will learn:
- Sudo 1.8 plugin architecture, and how it has changed in version 1.9
- How you can use plugins written in Python to extend sudo.  
- Sudo’s keystroke logging and the new centralized logging server that comes with version 1.9.

This meetup is for you if you use Sudo in an enterprise setting or if you are interested in learning about all the things Sudo can do that you may not be aware of.

Introduction:
Péter Czanik
Open Source Evangelist @One Identity

Peter is an engineer working as evangelist at Balabit (a One Identity business), the company that developed syslog-ng. He assists distributions to maintain the syslog-ng package, follows bug trackers, helps users and talks regularly at conferences (SCALE, All Things Open, FOSDEM, LOADays, and others). In his limited free time he is interested in non-x86 architectures, and works on one of his PPC or ARM machines.

Todd Miller
Software Dev Senior Engineer @One Identity
Todd is a senior engineer working at One Identity where he leads a team working on Linux and Unix access management products.  Todd has been involved in Open Source since the early 90s and has contributed to various projects such as ISC cron, OpenBSD, OpenSSH, Sendmail and Sudo. He is best known for being the Sudo maintainer for the past 25+ years.

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May 21, 2020 6:00 PM

What’s new in Sudo 1.9

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Sudo is used by millions of Linux/Unix users to run commands as root or another privileged user, but most people are not familiar with all Sudo can do.

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Sudo is used by millions of Linux/Unix users to run commands as root or another privileged user, but most people are not familiar with all Sudo can do. Sudo Project Maintainer Todd Miller and Open Source Evangelist Peter Czanik will talk about the new feature in the next major release of Sudo, version 1.9. We will highlight changes to the Sudo Plugin interface, showcase the new centralized session recording functionality, and demo some simple Sudo plugins written in Python.

What you will learn:
- Sudo 1.8 plugin architecture, and how it has changed in version 1.9
- How you can use plugins written in Python to extend sudo.  
- Sudo’s keystroke logging and the new centralized logging server that comes with version 1.9.

This meetup is for you if you use Sudo in an enterprise setting or if you are interested in learning about all the things Sudo can do that you may not be aware of.

Introduction:
Péter Czanik
Open Source Evangelist @One Identity

Peter is an engineer working as evangelist at Balabit (a One Identity business), the company that developed syslog-ng. He assists distributions to maintain the syslog-ng package, follows bug trackers, helps users and talks regularly at conferences (SCALE, All Things Open, FOSDEM, LOADays, and others). In his limited free time he is interested in non-x86 architectures, and works on one of his PPC or ARM machines.

Todd Miller
Software Dev Senior Engineer @One Identity
Todd is a senior engineer working at One Identity where he leads a team working on Linux and Unix access management products.  Todd has been involved in Open Source since the early 90s and has contributed to various projects such as ISC cron, OpenBSD, OpenSSH, Sendmail and Sudo. He is best known for being the Sudo maintainer for the past 25+ years.

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