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Need smtp_auth messages even if authentication is successful

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by madcat, Apr 30, 2008.

  1. madcat

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    Hello. According to http://rackerhacker.com/2007/02/10/finding-compromised-mail-accounts-in-plesk/ , I should be able to find messages in my /var/log/messages file similar to this:

    Feb 10 10:19:33 s60418 smtp_auth: SMTP connect from unknown@ [207.219.92.194]
    Feb 10 10:19:33 s60418 smtp_auth: smtp_auth: SMTP user [USER] : /var/qmail/mailnames/[DOMAIN]/[USER] logged in from unknown@ [207.219.92.194]

    I am not seeing these messages at all.

    Instead, I am seeing:

    Apr 30 16:50:14 localhost smtp_auth: SMTP connect from unknown@localhost [111.222.333.444]
    Apr 30 16:50:14 localhost smtp_auth: smtp_auth: FAILED: somebody@somewhere.com - no such user from somebody@somewhere.com [111.222.333.444]

    (In the above sample, the IP's, hostnames, and email addresses have been changed to fakes, but the structure is the same).

    So, I am seeing messages if the smtp_auth connection fails, but nothing if it is successful. Anybody know how to make smtp_auth log a message, even if it is a successful login?

    Thanks.
     
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