What is the Purpose of SloopEngine SSH Log?

The purpose of SloopEngine SSH Log is to provide a record of all SSH (Secure Shell) sessions that have occurred on a system. This log can be used for a variety of purposes, such as:

  • Auditing: To ensure that all SSH activity on a system is compliant with company policies and best practices.
  • Security: To detect and investigate potential security breaches by examining the log for suspicious activity.
  • Troubleshooting: To diagnose and resolve issues that may have occurred during an SSH session by examining the log for error messages or other relevant information.
  • Compliance: To meet regulatory requirements by keeping a record of all SSH activity on a system.
  • Forensics: To investigate any issue that happened on the system, like hacking, by examining the log.

Overall, the SloopEngine SSH Log is a valuable tool for IT and security teams to maintain oversight and ensure the security and integrity of their systems.

How to Audit SSH Log using SloopEngine

To audit the SSH Sessions, please follow the instructions provided.

  1. Access your SloopEngine account dashboard and navigate to the Workspaces section.
  2. Go to the specific workspace and navigate to the Permission section.
  3. To view recorded SSH Sessions, click on the desired permission ID and navigate to the Recorded SSH Sessions section.
  4. A list of recorded SSH sessions will be shown. To audit an SSH session, click on the play icon.