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Log SSH login attempts in SNORT

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Hi,

I am using Debian and SNORT.

How can I log unsuccessful login attempts through SSH with the attempted username and password?

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These will already be logged in /var/log/secure

Is that the info you are after?
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I found them in /var/log/auth.log
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