SSH and SSL Audits and Reports
- SSH and SSL Reports
2.1 Viewing Reports
PAM360 comes with an efficient auditing mechanism, which records all activities performed in the product. The audit trails capture information on 'who' performed 'what' operation and 'when'. While the Password users in PAM360 can only view the audit records for their actions, the administrators can view the audit records pertaining to all users.
1.1 Viewing Audit Records
The last five entries in the audits can be viewed instantly from the "Operation Audit" of the Keys Dashboard page. You can view the full audit records by navigating to Audit >> Keys Audit. You can apply filters and selectively view the required records. By clicking on the search icon in the right top corner of the audit table, you can invoke text boxes to search and selectively view required records.
Audit trails have been classified into the following categories:
1.2 Classified Audit Records in Respective Pages
- Navigate to SSH Keys >> Key Rotation Audit to view the records of all SSH key rotation operations executed from PAM360.
- Navigate to SSH Keys >> Key Association Audit to view the record of all SSH key association operations executed using PAM360.
- The Schedules tab contains audit trails related to various scheduled tasks created in PAM360, including scheduled key rotation and discovery, and report generation operation. To view, navigate to Admin >> SSH/SSL >> Schedule and click on the Schedule Audit icon in the top-right corner of the tab. You can even drill-down the task execution result.
You can configure PAM360 to send SNMP traps and/or Syslog messages to other management systems, for the various operations that take place within PAM360. To configure, navigate to Admin >> Integration >> SNMP Traps/Syslog Settings. Here you need to provide basic information such as Hostname, Port to get the SNMP Traps or Syslog messages set up.
1.4 Key Audit Notifications
You can send notifications for key audit operations performed in PAM360 by navigating to Audit >> Key Audit >> Audit Actions >> Configure Keys Audit. Here, you will have the option to send the notifications as email, SNMP traps, or Syslog settings. You can choose which key-related operations you want to create an alert for and send the notifications to all administrators, all auditors or specific users and user groups.
By navigating to Audit Actions >> Purge Audit trails under Keys Audit, you can specify the number of days after which the audit records must be purged for various key-related operations such as operation, discovery, association, rotation, and schedule.
PAM360 presents the information on the entire SSH key and SSL certificate management process in your enterprise in the form of comprehensive reports. The status and summaries of the different activities such as public key deployment, private key rotation, access to servers, list of all SSH users and their key association,list of SSL certificate, SSL validity, etc. are provided in the form of tables and graphs, which assist the IT administrators to make a well-informed decisions on SSH key and SSL certificate management.
2.1 Viewing Reports
You can view the reports from the Reports tab in the GUI. PAM360 provides the following reports:
- SSH Resource Report – View a detailed report of the SSH resources discovered using PAM360.
- Private Key Report – View a detailed report of the SSH keys generated or imported via PAM360.
- Private Key Rotation Report – View a detailed report of the SSH key rotations executed using PAM360.
- Public Key Deployment Report – View a detailed report of SSH keys that are deployed in the target systems.
- Server Access Report – View the information on 'who' accessed 'what' servers using PAM360.
- SSH Users Report – View the list of SSH users enumerated from the discovered resources.
- Landing Servers Report - View a list of landing servers configured in Key Manager Plus along with information such as primary and secondary server IP address, user account details and configuration time.
- SSL Certificate Report – View a detailed list of all SSL certificates imported, discovered, and created using PAM360.
- SSL Request Report – View a detailed report on all the certificate requests raised from PAM360.
- SSL Expiry Report – You can directly apply an expiry filter when selecting this report. A detailed report of the certificates with expiry information relevant to your selection, are displayed.
- Wildcard SSL Certificates Report - This report provides a detailed view of the wildcard SSL certificates in use and also the servers in which the certificates are deployed.
- Deployed Servers Report – This report provides a detailed view of those certificates that are deployed in more than one server.
- AD User Certificates Report – View a detailed list of all the certificates mapped to user accounts in Active Directory.
- SHA1 Certificates Report – This report provides a detailed view of all the SHA-1 certificates deployed in the organization.
- Deployment Report – This report provides information on the certificates deployed through PAM360.
- Let's Encrypt Report – Details on the status of certificate requests submitted to Let's Encrypt CA.
- Let's Encrypt Certificates Report – This report is a subset of SSL certificate report, that provides a detailed view of certificates procured from Let's Encrypt CA.
- SSL Vulnerability Report – This report provides detailed information on vulnerability scan performed on SSL certificates stored in PAM360 repository.
- Microsoft Certificate Authority Auto Renewal Report : This report provides details on attempted / successful auto-renewals of certificates issued by Local certificate authority, invoked from PAM360.
- Certificate Sign Report - This report provides a detailed list of certificates that are signed—either using Microsoft Certificate Authority or based on a root certificate—from Key Manager Plus.
2.2 Exporting Reports
You can export the reports generated in PAM360 as a CSV or PDF and also email the reports.
To export a report:
- Select any report from those enumerated in the Reports tab in the GUI.
- Click the Export button in the top-right corner of the window.
- Select any of the options from the drop-down list.
2.3 Selecting Reporting Period
You can apply date filters and generate reports for a specified time period alone. To filter the reports by date:
- Select any report (except SSH users report) from those enumerated in the Reports tab in the GUI.
- Click the Date filter in the top-right corner of the window.
- Specify the from and to date of the time period within which you wish to view reports.
- Click the Save button.
Note : Use the Export feature with the Date Filter applied to export the data only reported within the time period specified.
2.4 Creating Scheduled Tasks for Automatic Report Generation
You can create scheduled tasks for generating reports automatically. The reports will also be emailed to you or to any number of recipients as required.
To schedule report generation:
- Navigate to Admin >> SSH/SSL >> Schedule.
- Click the Add Schedule button.
- In the Add Schedule window, enter a name for the schedule and select the type of schedule as Report.
- Select the report type. All the reports selected here will be sent via email.
- Specify the periodicity for report generation - hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or once only. Specify when you want to start the report generation operation. Set the starting time, date, or day corresponding to the option chosen.
- Enter the email addresses of the users you wish to provide the report.
- Click the Save button.
You will get a message confirming addition of a new schedule.