Based on your search for
localhost logs you might be looking for this:
In networking localhost is a hostname that is used to refer to
this computer or the local machine. It is a loopback interface that is usually mapped to the IPv4 address 127.0.0.1, but any IP address from subnet 127.0.0.0/8 could be used for this purpose, although not all addresses are supported by all operating systems. In IPv6 networking localhost resolves to the address ::1.
If none of the results above match your query, feel free to try another search using a different search term.
- localhost 8081 error logs
- udp packet - source:10.0.0.7,27204 destination:188.8.131.52,53, 22:12:01, g][prctl_device_log] logs
- index=* source="/logs/smps_logs/smaccess.log" | where sm_clientip = "184.108.40.206" and (sm_eventid = "authaccept" or sm_eventid = "authattempt" or sm_eventid = "authreject")| dedup sm_username |table sm_timestamp, sm_eventid, sm_clientip, sm_username,