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    brad.moss is offline Starter Member
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    Default SSH Password in Logfile

    I have been running a Zimbra Open Source server for over a year now and just noticed that the SSH Password is displayed in Clear Text in the file in /var/log/

    Is there some way that I can turn OFF the SSH monitoring so that the SSH password (and the fact that I have SSH'd in to this server) is NOT stored within this file ?

    Thank You,
    Edmonton, Alberta

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    Have you tried enabling TLS/SSL on your pop3/IMAP clients?
    In any case, that is gonna be a server configuration problem. Have you tried searching your Vendor's knowledge base?

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