I have a security requirement that directs me to show and acknowledge last successful login, last unsuccessful login, and number of unsuccessful logins since last successful login. I have pam_lastlog configured as a session control in system-auth. When I login, it does indeed show what I need it to show in the gdm greeter just before starting the session.
I wanted to make a script automation to login in a website then count the login if successful or unsuccessful, is there a script in linux to do that kind of count? the script is just to count if the login is successful or not, provided with the list of usernames and passwords, and if not successful login with that usernames and passwords, then will count as Unsuccessful (Unique Credentials).
ServerWatch: "You can use an on online attack as an opportunity to check that your security systems detect when a server is being bombarded with unsuccessful login attempts, and that individual accounts lock after a small number of unsuccessful login attempts."
I would like to implement a model where lockout_time will come into play when user has made n unsuccessful attempts rather than one failed attempt and the user has to wait for the value in lock_timeout before attempting a reconnect.
deny=5 (lockout user after 5 unsuccessful attempt)
unlock_time(unlock user after specified time)
lock_timeout(restrict access for n
I have strange bruteforce attempts in my BF monitor where attacker tries ftp login on every existing user account. How can anybody possibly have a list of my users? This box is fresh install of latest DA.
I'm running a simple S3 copy command using the AWS command line tools. I have purposely entered a non-existent bucket name to test failures and handle them accordingly. However my return code is 0 (zero) on both successfully and non-successful copies to S3. Is this normal behavior or a bug? If this is normal, then how can I capture errors without having to inspect (i.e.
I know this question has been asked here previously [ref1] [ref2] also here but so far I have been unsuccessful in my attempts. Can anyone provide a detailed guide on how to go about achieving this. Basically what I need is I shoud be able to view the login screen through VNC Viewer.