sshlog is a command-line log-tool, meant for Linux administrators / datacenter operators with sufficient command-line interface (CLI) experience.
My reason for creating sshlog, was to have an easily available command-line tool capable of both generating and viewing simplified SSH access-logs on a plain-text console-interface (or by remote login through a console / terminal).
Originally developed for server-use, it has proven to be a very useful log-tool on any Linux-box that offers SSH-connectivity (personally, I've deployed it on all my Linux-powered devices, like: NAS-boxes, laptops, routers, etc. to provide simple, text-based log-access throughout my network-infrastructure).
sshlog generates a log of SSH connections made to a Linux system, filters results based on command-line arguments provided and pipes the results to the screen, or, into a timestamped textfile in "~/ssh-logs" in your home-directory. It can filter log-results based on accepted/failed login(s), or by authe
- ssh log-parser
- logging facility
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