[Snort-users] alert logging of non local lan SSH connections.
stefan.marsiske at ...1299...
Wed Sep 19 00:32:02 EDT 2001
ssh puts the username into your syslog, on a new connection. and i think some
other stuff also (successful identification/or not)
On Tue, Sep 18, 2001 at 11:06:04PM -0400, Brian wrote:
> According to Travis Farmer:
> > How do i setup an alert to log remote SSH connections (just the headers and
> > possibly the username used if possible).
> username? you don't. That is after the encryption has taken over.
> You can log a short bit of the connection before encryption takes hold
> with this.
> alert any any -> yourserver 22 (msg:"SSH to sensor"; flags:S; \
> tag: session, 300, packets;)
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