An open source auditing framework for Java

Audit4j 2.3.1 Release Announcement.

The Audit4j Project is pleased to announce the availability of the release – Audit4j 2.3.0 and 2.3.1, An open-source auditing framework for Java. This release contains following features in core module. Additional option (performance/security) api. Classpath scanning processor for annotations and avoid unwanted annotation process. ScanAnnotated command and option....

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Audit4j 2.2.0 Release Announcement.

The Audit4j Project is pleased to announce the availability of theĀ  release – Audit4j 2.2.0, An open-source auditing framework for Java. This release contains following features in core module. * Ignore Audit annotation. * Audit4j enable, disable api. * Event filtering api. This release contains bug fixes in following...

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Audit4j 1.0.2 Release Announcement.

The Audit4j development team is proud to announce the immediate release of Audit4j 1.0.2. Security Enhancements and Fixes in Audit4j 1.0.2. 0000005 After Setting custom meta data Audit4j is still getting validation warnings. 0000006 Audit4j audit trails contains hard coded actor values. 0000007 Origin should be optional variable. 0000008...

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Audit4j 1.0.1 Release Announcement.

The Audit4j development team is proud to announce the immediate release of Audit4j 1.0.1. New features of the Audit4j 1.0.1 includes: Audit log archive mechanism for File handler. Event Builder. Security Enhancements and Fixes in Audit4j 1.0.1. 0000002 FileHandler getting access denied error. 0000003 Configuration items are not validating....

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Audit4j 1.0.0 Release Announcement.

The Audit4j Project is pleased to announce the availability of the first stable release – Audit4j 1.0.0, An open-source audit suit for enterprise Java platform. This release contains following features. * Asynchronous / Synchronous audit event transportation. * Annotations. * Yaml type configurations. * Api for third party plugins....

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YAML based configuration adopeted.

Audit4j uses YAML based markups to configure core modules and plugins. YAML is a markup language which gives a more human readable and simple configuration syntax. For more information please read documentation.

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