SSH Log? - SCO

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  1. SSH Log?

    I know there is a way to check who has been attempting or actually
    accessing the system but I can't remember how or if I need to set it
    up first. I want to check who has SSH'd into my system, failed and
    successful attempts. I think I have to set up auditing, right?

  2. Re: SSH Log?

    On Aug 15, 12:17*pm, Assasi...@gmail.com wrote:
    > I know there is a way to check who has been attempting or actually
    > accessing the system but I can't remember how or if I need to set it
    > up first. *I want to check who has SSH'd into my system, failed and
    > successful attempts. *I think I have to set up auditing, right?


    No, no, no, not auditing. That's a whole 'nother beast.

    You just want ssh logging. See http://www.unix.com.ua/orelly/networ...sh/ch05_08.htm

  3. Re: SSH Log?

    Assasin.x@gmail.com typed (on Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 09:17:16AM -0700):
    | I know there is a way to check who has been attempting or actually
    | accessing the system but I can't remember how or if I need to set it
    | up first. I want to check who has SSH'd into my system, failed and
    | successful attempts. I think I have to set up auditing, right?

    You don't need auditing.

    Where (and if) sshd logging occurs is manipulated by setting
    SyslogFacility and LogLevel in the sshd_config file, and then by using
    those values in /etc/syslog.conf.

    --
    JP

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