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Restoring ssh session
From: "foringer () gmail com" <foringer () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 21 May 2006 23:14:24 +0400

Hello list members!!!
For the purpose of security my few FreeBSD servers with SSH daemons on
default ports, I need to collect passwords, which
intruders uses for breaking attempts. In my log files, I can only
monitor invalid names, but no passwords. So, is there any
possibility to log passwords which intruders uses in there evil hacks?

Best regards, Nik

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