Listing Accounts

OS

Operating System (OS) user accounts are stored in /etc/passwd. You can get a list of all OS accounts using the following command:

cut -d: -f1 /etc/passwd

If you want a list of user accounts (not service accounts), then you can filter /etc/passwd for accounts with a UID greater than 999 like this:

cat /etc/passwd | awk -F: '$3 > 999 {print ;}' | cut -d: -f1

SOC

To list all Security Onion Console (SOC) accounts, you can use the so-user command with the list option:

sudo so-user-list

Alternatively, you can get a list of users in Security Onion Console (SOC) by clicking Administration and then Users:

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The Status column will show a different icon depending on the status of the account. In the screenshot above, the first account is disabled, the second account is enabled and has MFA enabled, and the third account is enabled but does not have MFA enabled. Hovering over the icon in the Status column will show you these details as well.