Linux command to find out when user changed a password

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In Linux, can I find out when one of our users changed their password? Meaning the time / date. What command can I use to do this? Thanks for the input.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Try this one, sudo passwd -S <user1> then press enter key. Here user1 means you have to put the user name that whom you wanted to see. Or if you directly on root user/ root login, then type as: passwd -S user1 and press enter key. Please link here for man page of passwd: http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man1/passwd.1.html
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