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2018 Jan 30
0
logging in
On Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 12:26 PM, <m.roth at 5-cent.us> wrote: > This is.... odd. > > We're seeing a *lot* of > sshd[8400]: Timeout, client not responding. > So I'm trying to find out whose client is having issues. Trying to figure > that, after processes are gone, I tried looking in lastlog, which is where > it gets odd. lastlog shows root coming in, and it
2000 Jun 12
1
AIX and 2.1.1p1
The new login code works fine with AIX 4.3. Two nits, though. If --disable-lastlog is defined, the code still tries to slog through wtmp to determine the last login time. Is this a bug or a feature? If a feature, change the DISABLE_LASTLOG test below to WITH_AIXAUTHENTICATE. Also, a small typo in configure.in, plus an AIX tweak. --- configure.in.orig Thu Jun 8 21:58:35 2000 +++ configure.in Mon
2010 Jun 03
10
[Bug 1774] New: wtmp and lastlog on AIX
https://bugzilla.mindrot.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1774 Summary: wtmp and lastlog on AIX Product: Portable OpenSSH Version: 5.5p1 Platform: All OS/Version: AIX Status: NEW Severity: normal Priority: P2 Component: Build system AssignedTo: unassigned-bugs at mindrot.org ReportedBy:
1999 Dec 27
2
Suggestion: login.c->record_login()
Hi, A lot of the problems with openssh portability so far appear to be with the login record functionality, i.e. lastlog support, and variations on handling utmp vs. utmpx etc. Looking at for-profit SSH 1.2.27, login.c is rather embarassing spaghetti code, so laden with '#ifdef's it's almost impossible to read. OpenSSH's code isn't anything like that, but then it doesn't
2002 Apr 05
2
Bug in all versions of OpenSSH
Hi, I found a bug in all versions of SSH. I'll give you an example when the bug occurs. When I connect to a remote computer using 'ssh user at host.somewhere.in.th.net.com /bin/bash' (or /bin/tcsh) I log into the remote computer and SSHD doesn't log this in wtmp,utmp,secure and lastlog. It's *only* visible in /var/log/messages. That's all I want
2004 Jan 26
18
Kernel modules listing
Hi all, please, is there some utility/command/... to list all installed kernel modules ? Peter Rosa
2000 Apr 24
2
OpenSSH 1.2.3, HPUX 10.20 [TCB]
Hello, already checked the Mailinglist archive for HPUX Problems, but havent found exact this: ./configure --prefix=/opt --without-pam --with-ssl-dir=/opt/OpenSSL --with-lastlog=/var/adm/wtmp --with-egd-pool=/dev/entropy --with-tcp-wrappers --with-pid-dir=/var/run --sysconfdir=/etc/ssh and get after a make: gcc -O2 -Wall
1999 Dec 28
1
ANNOUNCE: openssh-1.2.1pre22
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 I have just uploaded 1.2.1pre22 to: http://violet.ibs.com.au/openssh/files/ This release consists of portability fixes and cleanups. It also resolves two issues which may have caused security problems - If you OS header files did not define PATH_STDPATH, then an unsafe path was used by default (it contained an implicit
1999 Dec 28
1
ANNOUNCE: openssh-1.2.1pre22
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 I have just uploaded 1.2.1pre22 to: http://violet.ibs.com.au/openssh/files/ This release consists of portability fixes and cleanups. It also resolves two issues which may have caused security problems - If you OS header files did not define PATH_STDPATH, then an unsafe path was used by default (it contained an implicit
2000 Mar 31
4
anomalous wtmp logging bug
I've noticed rather strange wtmp logging behavior in sshd. Can anyone confirm or solve the following: Once a user authenticates themself to sshd, sshd among other things records the login in the wtmp, which `last` reads. However, sshd logs hostnames which are longer than 16 characters instead of IPs like normal programs would. As a result, I have useless entries such as: tempest
2000 Aug 01
2
[2.1.1p4] utmp patch for SunOS 4.1.x
Follow-on to Charles Levert's <charles at comm.polymtl.ca> work on utmp_write_direct. Fixed: -- At logout, the utmp entry is cleared. Tested on SunOS 4.1.4. The code I added to loginrec.c is restricted to SUNOS4 pending QA testing on other platforms. This patch incorporates the work done by Charles Levert on 7/25/2000 00:43:22. (Do any of us sleep
2004 Feb 03
1
Re: Possible compromise ?
that only works when you are presuming that the host was not hacked already because i would clear those logs when i hacked a system :) but indeed it''s a try, If you remain unsure, it is best to reinstall the system to be sure that a fresh and newly updated (yeah update it when installed :)) system is not compromised at that time.. loads of work, but it gives you some relief to know
2006 Feb 11
1
Announce: OpenSSH 4.3p2 released
Portable OpenSSH 4.3p2 has just been released. It will be available from the mirrors listed at http://www.openssh.com/ shortly. OpenSSH is a 100% complete SSH protocol version 1.3, 1.5 and 2.0 implementation and includes sftp client and server support. Once again, we would like to thank the OpenSSH community for their continued support of the project, especially those who contributed
2005 May 25
1
no wtmp updates
Please carbon-copy me on replies. For some reason, my wtmp is never updated when I login via openssh. Some information about my system: Linux kernel 2.6.9 running glibc-2.3.4. And the opensshd is openssh-3.9p1 (pkgsrc package openssh-3.9.1nb6). $ ls -l /var/log/lastlog /var/log/wtmp /var/run/utmp -rw-rw-r-- 1 root utmp 29492 May 25 13:12
2002 Mar 12
2
sys/queue.h
removes HAVE_BOGUS_SYS_QUEUE_H and always use our queue.h. ok? Index: acconfig.h =================================================================== RCS file: /var/cvs/openssh/acconfig.h,v retrieving revision 1.122 diff -u -r1.122 acconfig.h --- acconfig.h 26 Feb 2002 16:40:49 -0000 1.122 +++ acconfig.h 12 Mar 2002 02:11:39 -0000 @@ -14,7 +14,6 @@ /* SCO workaround */
2001 May 07
5
SSH and forced wtmp entries ...
Hi all! wtmp entries are generated when loggin into a system without a command, e.g. "ssh -l user system". When using an additional command executed by ssh on the "other side", no wtmp entry will be generated. So the command "ssh -l user system /bin/csh" will not generate a wtmp entry but the user is logged in ... I have the problem right know. The users are
2003 Oct 28
4
AIX patch for openssh-3.7.1p2
There are a couple of bugs in the openssh-3.7.1p2. The aix_setauthdb function does not work with other types of authentication such as AFS/DFS. The loginfailed test in configure is not correct. Also, AIX can use the wtmp logging which I added in configure. Attached is the patch. Thanks, Matt Richards -------------- next part -------------- ***
2005 Jun 16
2
last command - strange entries?
Greetings, I am seeing strange entries when i perform "last -20" for example. Here''s a sample output becuase I can not seem to make any sense out of this in the last two days and can''t find any information online. Any help is appreciated. 0 F=?Bttyp Wed Dec 31 16:00 still logged in 0 6??Bttyp Wed Dec 31
2000 Aug 23
14
Test snapshot
I have just tarred up a snapshot and uploaded it to: http://www.mindrot.org/misc/openssh/openssh-SNAP-20000823.tar.gz The snapshot incorporates the last month's fixes and enhancements from the openssh-unix-dev mailing list and from the OpenBSD developers. In particular: - ssh-agent and ssh-add now handle DSA keys. NB. this does not interop with ssh.com's
2001 Sep 26
2
openssh-2.9.9p2 session.c fails on Solaris 7,8 w/ SunPro C
FYI-- session.c fails from openSSH 2.9.9p2 with SunPro C compiler on Solaris 7, 8. The function do_pre_login had to be moved to before its use in do_exec_pty (a predeclaration would work). It does appear to work correctly, given the above fix. Still having the largefile problem (argh), so if anyone can help with /that/ ... -- Austin David -- Sr. Systems Architect Wink Communications