QJRN/400 Sniffs Out Fraud, One Journal Receiver at a Time
October 7, 2008 Alex Woodie
QJRN/400 from Cilasoft is a database auditing tool for the IBM System i server that relies on the operating system’s extensive journaling function to dig up evidence of malfeasance or fraud by users. Clever System i users will be able to hide their tracks to some extent. But when every little action is tracked and recorded, it’s just a matter of piecing the puzzle together, and that’s where QJRN/400 excels.
Cilasoft was founded 10 years ago in southern France by Guy (pronounced “Gee”) Marmorat, the company’s CEO and technical manager, and the head developer of QJRN/400. At the time, many