A Drupal security question:
Assuming some people have admin access to your site. How could you know if and how much text they changed in any of the nodes of your site? I'm not talking about going to admin/content and see if some nodes are "Updated" but I'm asking about a way to see change in the number of text bytes; A good example to such tracking would be the Wikipedia article tracking system --- Each time a Wikipedian article changes, you could see the number of bytes changed in it --- If someone adds 219 bytes of text to it, it will be seen in green in the famous "View history" tab. If someone deletes 12 bytes of text from it, it will be seen in red (See attached image from the "View history" tab of a typical wikipedian article to understand me better).
I try to understand if there is a similar mechanism in Drupal that I could use to track byte changes in the nodes of my site, in case someone else enters as admin and change the text of some pages.