If your system is at V5R4 you should use the new CPYAUDJRNE command
instead
of DSPAUDJRNE. Once the file has been created use your favorite query to
select and print the fields you are interested in. The IP address from
where the request originated should be in the header section of each
*TYPE5
audit record.

Much like the screen capture, CPYAUDJRNE gives me a lot of blank fields,
but no IP address. Remote port shows 636, remote address is blank. Device
name, local name,



If you are on an earlier release you should first use CRTDUPOBJ
OBJ(QASYPWJ5) FROMLIB(QSYS) OBJTYPE(*FILE) TOLIB(QTEMP) to create a
physical file in QTEMP and then use DSPJRN with OUTFILFMT(*TYPE5) to
copy
the PW audit records to that file. The remaining steps to display the
data
will be the same as for V5R4.

Ed Fishel,
edfishel@xxxxxxxxxx



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message: 3
date: Wed, 02 May 2007 09:39:13 -0400
from: Bryan Dietz <bdietz400@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [Security400] Finding IP address of Failed Login Attempt

If the device is at a signon display you can use the API QDCRDEVD.
quick example:
http://www.systeminetwork.com/isnetforums/archive/index.php?t-38125.html


If that is not possible you can setup a telnet exit program
A simple one can be found here:
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r3/index.jsp?
topic=/rzaiw/rzaiwexitsample.htm

You would then just have to match up the time stamps to find the IP
address

Bryan



ALopez@xxxxxxxxxx said the following on 5/2/2007 8:44 AM:
We run a nightly report using DSPAUDJRNE ENTTYP(PW). This report has

ballooned to hundreds of pages because of one user id.

VIOLATION USER USER DEVICE REMOTE LOCAL NETWORK JOB

JOB
TYPE PROFILE NAME NAME NAME NAME
ID
NAME USER
PW Q QTCP MATTHEW QTVDEVICE
QTCP
PW Q QTCP MATTHEW QTVDEVICE
QTCP

I've spoken with the user and he is unaware of these attempts. The
times
show that they occur at 2 minute intervals. I suspect that the user
was
signed in on a 5250 emulation session with reconnect enabled, changed
his
password on another session/terminal, and now the original device
keeps
retrying with an old password.

Is there a way to track down the IP address of these attempts, or even
the
workstation id that it is using? I've looked at the job log for
QTVDEVICE. It doesn't seem to give any info that would help me track
down
the origin. The sign on server doesn't show any entries in the job
log
and I can't seem to hit a decent search pattern on either Midrange.com
or
Google.



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