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    Lalfaro
    Change Password Audit LogAnswered
    Topic posted March 12, 2019 by Lalfaro Red Ribbon: 250+ Points 
    134 Views, 6 Comments
    Title:
    Change Password Audit Log
    Summary:
    Auditory log in user settings
    Content:

    Hello,

    It's possible have a audit log in the password of the user to see if somebody changes the password?

     

    Thanks

    Best Comment

    Sebastiaan Draaisma

    I just checked how a password reset by the user looks like in the Audit log available in the account workspace and this shows up as pictured below. You would be unable to create another report on this as the table is locked for us.

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    • Sebastiaan Draaisma

      To my knowledge there is no such transaction available for us in analytics as the audit log on the 'workspace' to create new users retrieves data from hidden tables.

      The closest thing is:

      account_session_history.status
      account_session_history.login_method

      Then count the incorrect logins durring an intervall followed by a success

      An alternative may be to use a customized password reset page in the BRAND_CONTENT_URL (configuration settings)

      If its endusers you mean (customer portal users) you may use transactions.trans_type = 36

      • Lalfaro

        Interesting, the goal is know when a password was change. Thanks

        • Sebastiaan Draaisma

          Only a custom page will allow you to do that where you can have a field within the php page trackin the sysdate into a custom field for accounts (date/time). You would then need to use an API (connect PHP) to create the password.

    • Ajay Yadav

      Where you are planning to display audit log for password change?

      • Lalfaro

        No, the problem is a client usually changes the password of one user. We need a audit log to see for example the date when the password was change. I was hopping Oracle Right Now has a audit log to see this.

    • Sebastiaan Draaisma

      I just checked how a password reset by the user looks like in the Audit log available in the account workspace and this shows up as pictured below. You would be unable to create another report on this as the table is locked for us.