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Honeypots for Windows login

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Well, it's time for me to find out if what I think is happening is happening or if my paranoid is getting the best of me.

What I need is some, preferably free, software that will be able to tell me if there have been any failed login attempts at my computer. It'd also be nice if it would say what time / what (incorrect) passwords were used, etc.

Thanks in advance.

This is Windows 7 Ultimate, 64-bit by the way.
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Windows Event Logging. under the security tab
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Windows Event Logging. under the security tab
I have multiple logon / logoff recordings for every hour of every day. No way that all those could be real. Also, I logged off, typed random letters for my password, tried again using my real P/W and looked at the logs. Than I did the same thing but skipping the random letter part. It seems it's not showing the difference between successful and failed logins.

Thanks anyway, though. At least now I can see what's going on.
    
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