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The question is, can I safely just delete them? These are the files that are eating my space? Those files are just log files. So you can toss them manually if you wish. But that would only be a temporary fix since those specific log files are being created with no limit set. So if you are nervous about just tossing the files—and want a long term fix ...
Go to your event viewer, go to application event log, right click on it and select filter current log, then select MSIINSTALLER. This should give you what you need
see wevtutil and Sysinternals' psloglist
No, it’s not possible to log the actual password from the login attempt because of the four-way handshake which makes sure the password is never sent over the air. Here is the Wikipedia explanation of the four-way handshake that explains the concept: The four-way handshake is designed so that the access point (or authenticator) and wireless client (or ...
.journal files belong to systemd-journald, an alternative for the traditional "syslog", so they mostly contain various service messages, and the same rules apply: The main log file is archived (i.e. "rotated") every 𝒏 days / every 𝒏 megabytes, so system.journal1 contains the latest messages (similar to /var/log/syslog), while the various system@*.journal ...
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