Write all login attempts to a logfile by replacing default wp_authenticate_username_password functionality

Author:https://github.com/tarppa/ (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:4.1
WordPress version tested:4.1
Plugin version:0.5
Added to WordPress repository:16-02-2015
Last updated:16-02-2015
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Write all login attempts where both username and password are supplied to a log file. The logfile is relative to error.log and is called 'login.log', the format : "TIMESTAMP USERNAME SUCCESS/FAILURE".

In practice this plugin is a rewritten version of the wp_authenticate_username_password function from user.php and replaces it in the login process.