0 Never hurts to make sure I’ve written about Papertrail a few times before, I love the service and it’s just too valuable to not use. Papertrail makes it super easy to find Shellshock exploit attempts and probes. Probes are just checking a machine to see if it’s vulnerable to Shellshock. If you’re using CloudFlare, […]

0 Over the last few days, I’ve been looking at Apache web server logs, a lot, mostly quick checks for Shellshock probes and exploit attempts. All on client servers, thankfully. All of the servers I operate through DigitalOcean are patched up. It just so happens that all the sites I host have their DNS hosted […]

0 Search for common phrases related to SSH logins Papertrail is good for all types of things, I especially enjoy it because it makes finding problems quite easy. Another fun thing to do with Papertrail is see how many people are trying to either login to your server via ssh, or attack sshd itself. Find […]

0 Frustration-free log management, plus a lot more I’ve been a huge fan of Papertrail ever since I discovered it, probably about a year ago or so. I use it mostly to monitor server logs. I currently have two servers setup to send syslog messages to Papertrail. The Papertrail Events dashboard can be a bit […]

0 Frustration-free log management I’ve been using Papertrail for a few months now, and absolutely love it. Being able to search logs across all my servers at once is crazy nice. I can even get alerts when someone logs in via SSH, which, by itself, has made Papertrail well worth it. A non-production server was […]