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    12-31-2013 08:46 AM Windows machine
    I would like build a windows machine for LAN test
    Can you give me any tips about the windows log ? Where I have to check ?
     
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    12-31-2013 10:11 AM RE: Windows machine | Edited by fr0x 12-31-2013 10:12 AM
    What do you need exactly..//
    plz specify a bit more.
     
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    12-31-2013 10:53 AM RE: Windows machine
    Hello ,

    I want discover any log about my attack. for example web server attack,ftp server or other services attack.
    I would like understand how the windows machine was attacked , when .., from what Ip, what port
    I want understand if my proxy works also on different port ( maybe in lan this approach doestn work)
     
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    01-01-2014 02:13 AM RE: Windows machine
    If using IIS,
    Enable logging for Web sites or for FTP sites in Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0, in IIS 5.0, and in IIS 4.0.
    chose the location whr the logs will be stored :Administrative Tools==> Internet Services Manager,left pane--> click the Web site,Properties==>Website, Enable Logging,Properties to open the extended properties, General Properties tab ,Change the Log file folder to the location that you want to use.

    Also u can use APACHE LOG VIEWER, (for IIS also).
    ALV can b used to monitor, view and analyze Apache/IIS logs with more ease.

    If using Filezilla, View -> Message Log

    U could Also use Event Logs
    But, Event log data is probably not enough information to track an attacker.
    Also be sure to check several text log files, like IIS logs, DHCP logs and so on.
     
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