When someone attempts to ssh into my machine, in /var/log/secure I can
see the username the attacker is trying to use...I would like to be
able to see the invalid passwords as well. Can anyone help me out
with that. Thanks
- Re: these sshmucks are at it again...
... SSH doesn't report the username to the audit server ... I wrote a little program that listens to the audit server, ... I can figure out the SSH attacker ...
- Re: secure log
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- Re: SSH
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- Re: Steady increase in ssh scans
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