How can I track the activity of ssh that installed in ubuntu droplet?

I installed ssh in my droplet to share with my . Is there a way to track activity or monitor who use my ssh account for their purposes. Such as their browsing history, websites, hosts, etc. not personal details.

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Hello, @ruckeyromero

If you share the same account you can always use the history command in the terminal and this will show you the commands that they’ve executed.

Additionally, you can track down the logs for the ssh connections. On a Ubuntu droplet, you can monitor the /var/log/auth.log

You can also create e separate account for the other users and limit their privileges if you want to be sure they won’t make any server config changes and etc.

Regards, Alex