Anonymiser

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By default the tzm_recorder tool creates a ZIP file, to anonoymise you will need to extract the contents, or use the -no_zip option when you run the tzm_recoder.



Running tzm_recorder with no_zip

tzm_recorder -no_zip


Discover Identifiable Content

Using the tzm_recorder to discover any identifiable content, will help you prepare a list of current identifiable content, and random strings to convert that content to.


tzm_recorder -get_identifiable -recording_path TZM_recording_1234567890

Review / Modify anon_map.txt

You can manualy edit / update the resulting anon_map.txt file afterwards to add / change the content it has found.

127.0.0.1 140.1.1.6 192.168.50.255 248.250.87.170 192.168.50.45 248.250.87.5 nbu81-o-solX86 xxoxxc-svxx-osxXuxux

Anonymise Identifiable Content

Using the tzm_recorder to discover any identifiable content, will help you prepare a list of current identifiable content, and random strings to convert that content to. This will result in a new ZIP file being created and the original TZM_recording folder being removed.


tzm_recorder -anoymise -recording_path TZM_recording_1234567890

After the data has been anonymised the data owner can either delete the anon_map.txt, or keep it for their own reference (so that any feed back about issues in the environment can be used by them to determine what systems need to be fixed).