Secure Shell
logging the public key Feb 04 2011 07:40PM
Anthony R Fletcher (arif mail nih gov) (1 replies)
We are running OpenSSH versions 4.3 and 5.5 on a mixture of CentOS 5,
Debian and Fedora 14 systems.

Can OpenSSH log which public key, as listed in the authorized keys
file, was used to log in? If so, how? This would be useful for
auditing purposes.

I don't see a config option, so I'm currently using a custom command via
COMMAND="....." ssh-dss AAAAB3Nza..... key1
COMMAND="....." ssh-dss AAAABFFFF..... key2
to log the key. It would be nice if there was a better way.
Suggestions?

Anthony.

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Re: logging the public key Feb 07 2011 05:40PM
Maria Iano (maria iano org)


 

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