How to Use Last Logins in Sucuri

Posted OnAug 27, 2014     CategoryPlugins     CommentsNo comment

In this section of the guide to the Sucuri Security plugin, we will take a look at the Last Logins feature.

Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2) On the left-hand sidebar of the Dashboard navigate to Sucuri Security -> Last Logins.

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This feature keeps track of all login details sorted by login type, then date and time from newest to oldest.

Below is an overview of each option.

All Users

This tab displays a list of the User’s last logins details.

A. No. This column is a sequentially numbered list that keeps track of the number of users associated with your site.
B. User This column displays the usernames.
C. IP Address This column displays the IP Address associated with the user.
D. Hostname This column displays the Hostname (Internet Provider) associated with the user. If you mouse-over any Hostname the details will display
E. Date/Time This column displays the Date/Time the user logged in (newest to oldest).
F. Edit hyperlink Clicking the Edit hyperlink located to the right of a user will display the Profile page of the selected user.
G. Navigation Buttons Clicking the Navigation buttons located at the bottom will move you from page to page. This option displays 25 users/page.

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Admin Users

This tab displays a list of Admin User’s last logins details.

A. User This column displays Admin usernames. Clicking a username’s hyperlink opens your mail program, such as Microsoft Outlook and puts the user’s email address in the To field of a new email form.
B. Registration This column displays the date and time the user’s account was created.
C. Last logins (newest to oldest) This column displays the IP Address associated with the user and the Date & Time logged in (newest to oldest).
D. Edit button Clicking the Edit button located to the right of a user will display the Edit User page of the selected user.

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Logged In Users

This tab displays a list of Logged In Users details.

A. ID This column displays the ID of the logged in user. When a new user is created, a unique ID number is assigned to them.
B. Username This column displays the usernames of all logged in users. Clicking this hyperlink opens your mail program, such as Microsoft Outlook and puts the user’s email address in the To field of a new email form.
C. Last Activity This column displays the date and time of the last logged in user (newest to oldest).
D. Registered This column displays the date and time the user’s account was created.
E. IP Address This column displays the IP Address associated with the user.
F. Edit hyperlink Clicking the Edit hyperlink located to the right of a user will display the Profile page of the selected user.

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Failed Logins

This tab is used to determine if your site is a victim of a brute-force attack using the password guessing technique. Multiple failed logins will be considered part of the attack if there are more than 30 during the same hour. That is why you will only see activity for the last hour. Previous reports will be sent to the Administrator’s email if the alert option in the settings page to receive notifications of brute-force attacks was checked.

A. No. This column is a sequentially numbered list that keeps track of the number of failed login attempts from a specific user.
B. User If available, this column displays the username whose login failed.
C. IP Address This column displays what IP Address the failed login came from.
D. Date/Time This column displays the date/time of the failed login (newest to oldest).
E. User-Agent This column displays the browser used for the failed login (newest to oldest).

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The next step in the guide will focus on Sucuri Security Settings – Configuring Notifications, Scans, and More .

 

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