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Log Logins Hack
by Abe1
25 Aug 2006 17:35

2 Attachment(s)
Log Logins Hack 2.0


About this hack:
This hack will log the userid, username, ipaddress, where the login is, and time all your users log onto your forum.

Installation information on hack:
  • Files edited: 0
  • Templates edited: 0
  • Files to upload via FTP: 2
  • Time to install: 1 minute max

Updates:

Version 2.0 (08/25/06):
  • First release of this hack for vb3.6.
Please post your comments or suggestions for this hack. I read ALL posts.

MAKE SURE YOU CLICK INSTALL!
You will get an email when a new version is released.


This hack is created for your use free of charge. No payment is requested. However, if you would like to donate money for the work I put in to this hack, a donation would show your appreciation.
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darkdrowelf 25 Aug 2006 18:09

cool thank you :-)

Lord Zedd 25 Aug 2006 18:16

Can this hack be used for the following situation? At the mainsite I would like members be able to log in to the forum and be directed to the forum.

Abe1 25 Aug 2006 18:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lord Zedd
Can this hack be used for the following situation? At the mainsite I would like members be able to log in to the forum and be directed to the forum.

Not sure your question.

eclectica 25 Aug 2006 18:44

Thanks for the update. I recommend this hack for your site's security so you can see if anyone's account gets hijacked, and also to catch people who have clone accounts.

Where is the log located with this new version? It used to be located in admincp->Statistics & Logs with the older version for vBulletin 3.5.

Abe1 25 Aug 2006 18:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by eclectica
Thanks for the update. I recommend this hack for your site's security so you can see if anyone's account gets hijacked, and also to catch people who have clone accounts.

Where is the log located with this new version? It used to be located in admincp->Statistics & Logs with the older version for vBulletin 3.5.

There also now.

eclectica 25 Aug 2006 18:51

I see it now. It didn't show up right away after installing. Maybe you have to refresh your browser window or log out and then back in in order to see it in the admincp.

bashy 25 Aug 2006 18:57

Although i was using your other 1 for 3.5 i have upgraded it to this 1 now, thanks abe...

Abe1 25 Aug 2006 19:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by bashy
Although i was using your other 1 for 3.5 i have upgraded it to this 1 now, thanks abe...

The only diff now is that there is version check and a link to this page.

Snake 25 Aug 2006 19:41

Excellent. Seems to be useful. :)

serg472 26 Aug 2006 03:08

Is it supposed to log cookie logins as well? I don't see them.

Ajavas 26 Aug 2006 08:34

I installed this hack as told, but i can't see it . Emptyed the cache and refreshed the page severall times, but it didn't help. :squareeyed:

haddockman 26 Aug 2006 14:22

Any way of logging guest ips?

eclectica 26 Aug 2006 15:03

It doesn't log cookie logins.

serg472 26 Aug 2006 16:32

99% of all logins are cookie logins and they are not logged...


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