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You seem to think you know who is breaking into your system - a disgruntled ex employee perhaps?

If they do have remote access, or have gained the login details in some way, the best way is not to try and trace them, but to overhaul your login and password system for any remote access so that any older credentials no longer work

In a nutshell, change any shared keys and passwords, as well as remove any usernames that no longer need access to the system, and if the break in has admin privaleges, then you will need to change the admin accounts on any servers that control remote logins

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