The following article comprises an overview of Lucy's logging sequences. Lucy keeps an internal log of application events. Thus, besides analyzing service logs (apache2 web server, postfix mail server and etc), one can also monitor most of the application events and perform an investigation of occurring errors.
Depending on the instance type (on-premise or our VPS) administrators can access Lucy log files from the web interface and/or from the backend. Directory /opt/phishing/runtime contains log files of the web application on the server. Same directory archive + webserver error log can be downloaded from Lucy web interface under Support → Send Logs. The only apparent distinction is that on the server, logs can be dynamically monitored in real-time.
Here is the list of the log files followed by a short overview:
Lucy also provides an opportunity to monitor users' activity: login-logout, started campaigns, messages sent and etc. Log files can be found within the user interface under Support → Status.
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Lucy also keeps journaling service logs - apache2 web server log and mail server log. These can be accessed under Support → Service Logs. You can choose the file and specify the time period within the accordant fields. There are three files (and their older versions):