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You can visualize the failed user names after you turn up the verbosity of the log in sshd_configĀ¹, but there is no way to see the failed passwords as this could be a potential security issue and would violates the privacy of users (for example you could mistype your password and it would be leaked into some log file). All the passwords are handled as ...


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For the host, you can check the LOGIN_NAME_MAX via either man useradd or getconf LOGIN_NAME_MAX, for the most part you are limited to 32 characters on Linux. alias-hostname.example.com However, one possible workaround would be to put your username into a ~/.ssh/config file. I don't know whether OpenSSH can handle a longer username in the config file or ...


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frontend username is Admin (capital A), pass is zabbix



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