segunda-feira, 13 de abril de 2020

Microsoft - Security Log Logon/Logoff Event Reporter





May 10, 2012: Major Update, now returns a table object instead of just writing string output
This script reads the security log, then displays a chronological record of local and remote logon and logoff activities, including failed attempts if enabled in Group/Local Policy.  It allows the input of a date range and a remote hostname if desired.  It also allows for output type to be specified as Table, HTML, or Grid View.  If none of these are desired, it returns the object in default list view.  Output manipulators can be used against the returned object, such as the Format- cmdlets.
This script should work on all Vista and above OSs, and has been tested on Windows 7 and Windows 2008.  It has also been tested remotely in an Active Directory environment.
The script should be fairly well documented with comments, but if you have any questions feel free to ask.
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The version below is a simpler script that only writes output to the console, highlighting failed attempts in red:
PowerShell
# Authors: Ryan DeVries, Drew Bonasera, Scott Smith              
# Rochester Institute of Technology - Computer System Forensics 
 
# Variables 
# Reads the hostname, sets to the local hostname if left blank 
$hostname = read-host "Enter the IP or hostname of the computer you wish to scan (Leave blank for local)" 
if ($hostname.length -eq 0){$hostname = $env:computername} 
 
# Reads the start date, sets to 1/1/2000 if left blank 
$startTmp = read-host "Enter the start date to scan from (MM/DD/YYYY, default 1/1/2000)" 
if ($startTmp.length -eq 0){$startTmp = "1/1/2000"$startDate = get-date $startTmp 
 
# Reads the end date, sets to the current date and time if left blank 
$endTmp = read-host "Enter the end date to scan to (MM/DD/YYYY, default current time)" 
if ($endTmp.length -eq 0){$endTmp = get-date$endDate = get-date $endTmp 
 
# Reads a Yes or No response to print only the failed login attempts, defaults to No 
$scope = read-host "Print only failed logins (Y/N, default N)" 
if ($scope.length -eq 0){$scope = "N"} 
 
# Writes a line with all the parameters selected for report 
write-host "Hostname: "$hostname "`tStart: "$startDate "`tEnd: "$endDate "`tOnly Failed Logins: "$scope "`n" 
 
# Store each event from the Security Log with the specificed dates and computer in an array 
$log = Get-Eventlog -LogName Security -ComputerName $hostname -after $startDate -before $endDate 
 
# Loop through each security event, print only failed login attempts 
if ($scope -match "Y"){ 
    foreach ($i in $log){ 
        # Logon Failure Events, marked red 
        # Local 
        if (($i.EventID -eq 4625 ) -and ($i.ReplacementStrings[10] -eq 2)){ 
            write-host "Type:  Local Logon`tDate:  "$i.TimeGenerated "`tStatus:  Failure`tUser:  "$i.ReplacementStrings[5] -foregroundcolor "red" 
        } 
        # Remote 
        if (($i.EventID -eq 4625 ) -and ($i.ReplacementStrings[10] -eq 10)){ 
            write-host "Type: Remote Logon`tDate: "$i.TimeGenerated "`tStatus: Failure`tUser: "$i.ReplacementStrings[5] "`tIP Address: "$i.ReplacementStrings[19] -foregroundcolor "red" 
        } 
    }         
} 
# Loop through each security event, print all login/logoffs with type, date/time, status, account name, and IP address if remote 
else{ 
    foreach ($i in $log){ 
        # Logon Successful Events 
        # Local (Logon Type 2) 
        if (($i.EventID -eq 4624 ) -and ($i.ReplacementStrings[8] -eq 2)){ 
            write-host "Type: Local Logon`tDate: "$i.TimeGenerated "`tStatus: Success`tUser: "$i.ReplacementStrings[5] 
        } 
        # Remote (Logon Type 10) 
        if (($i.EventID -eq 4624 ) -and ($i.ReplacementStrings[8] -eq 10)){ 
            write-host "Type: Remote Logon`tDate: "$i.TimeGenerated "`tStatus: Success`tUser: "$i.ReplacementStrings[5] "`tIP Address: "$i.ReplacementStrings[18] 
        } 
         
        # Logon Failure Events, marked red 
        # Local 
        if (($i.EventID -eq 4625 ) -and ($i.ReplacementStrings[10] -eq 2)){ 
            write-host "Type: Local Logon`tDate: "$i.TimeGenerated "`tStatus: Failure`tUser: "$i.ReplacementStrings[5] -foregroundcolor "red" 
        } 
        # Remote 
        if (($i.EventID -eq 4625 ) -and ($i.ReplacementStrings[10] -eq 10)){ 
            write-host "Type: Remote Logon`tDate: "$i.TimeGenerated "`tStatus: Failure`tUser: "$i.ReplacementStrings[5] "`tIP Address: "$i.ReplacementStrings[19] -foregroundcolor "red" 
        } 
         
        # Logoff Events 
        if ($i.EventID -eq 4647 ){ 
            write-host "Type: Logoff`t`tDate: "$i.TimeGenerated "`tStatus: Success`tUser: "$i.ReplacementStrings[1] 
        }  
    } 
}




fonte: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Log-Parser-to-Identify-8aac36bd

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