06-06-2018 05:26 AM
Occasionally we get "SYSTEM ALERT" forwarded to the mailbox, in regards to failed authentications where there was an attempt using a non-existent user. Is it possible to add more information in these logs?
Specifically whether the user tried to log on using the GlobalProtect client, or the portal login page?
Which portal was used?
Unless you're using different auth profiles for each portal, you're kind of in the dark as to which one was attempted.
If not, I'd like to add a feature request :)
06-06-2018 05:56 AM - edited 06-06-2018 06:02 AM
Also, whether it'd be possible to set a variable for "additional recipient" or something like that, that would use the username defined in "opaque: failed authentication for user 'username'", so that both myself and the user in question that failed login, would receive an email about a failed login.
For instance - let's say the logs echo opaque: failed authentication for user 'username123'
The username stated in each logged entry would be GET'd, and "@domain.com" would be appended and used to notify said user.
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