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Logs of Login Access

Discussion in 'Security' started by etcspl, Aug 26, 2014.

  1. etcspl

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    Hey! I am using Managed VPS server of iPage/Bluehost. Within 2months I faced the problem of Data reset to earlier date. & We are not able to find the Solution. So, Is there any solution to Find if some one logged-in in our whm/cPanel that we can get Logs og Successful Logins & Failed Logins...



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  2. mageshm

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    Hi etcspl,

    Yes, exactly you can get cpanel/whm login logs by using below command.

    # /usr/local/cpanel/logs/login_log
     
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    Could you elaborate on this? If the server was restored to an earlier date, it sounds more like an intentional act performed by your VPS provider rather than a hacked server.

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    Thanks Guys.... For Your Help :) <3
     
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