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Centos6.4: User home directory for sftp

Currently setting up a Centos6.4 box and are wanting to jail sftp users upon login. I've been following the notes here http://www.thisisnotsupported.com/sftp-chrootjail-on-centos6. But I have one ...
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Difference between chroot and jail

I read this tutorial - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicChroot - and what I understood is that, chroot is the process of changing the / while the new restricted environment created is the ...
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SFTP: file symlinks in a jailed (chrooted) directory

I'm trying to set up sftp so that a few trusted people can access/edit/create some files. I have jailed a user into their home directory (/home/name) but have run into a problem. I want for them to ...
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OpenSSH anything like 'internal-sftp' but for SCP?

I'm running Debian stable and I'm looking to establish the following environment for users in my 'sftponly' group: jailed can transfer with SFTP can transfer with SCP cannot login interactively with ...
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How to map authenticated Nginx users to their own directory?

I am writing a social networking site in C and serving it all up with Nginx. How can I make it so that authenticated users go to their own directory -ONLY- where a user-specific index.html resides. ...
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chroot'ing Apache to prevent shell scripts?

Recently I'm being told that a user has my system 'shelled.' While there hasn't been any unusual activity or errors in Apache error log, etc.. I'd rather be safe than sorry. So: If I run chroot ...
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Prevent rssh users from leaving their jail directories

I'm attempting to use rssh to jail users strictly to their /home/user/public_html dirctories. I got it to work where an account can SFTP into the system successfully on a test server, but once I login ...
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Chroot jail of Nginx and php

I'm hosting multiple websites on one VPS, and want to chroot each website, eg. /chroot/website1 /chroot/website2 I'm using makejail, which is a highlevel tool, for creating the jails, and copying the ...
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Debian: ip/network changes within chroot/jail

I've Debian Squeeze running and setup a chroot environment (/jail) with debootstrap. As seen in a tutorial, I mounted the following: proc on /jail/proc type proc (rw) devpts on /jail/dev/pts type ...
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Security implications of mount --bind in a chroot environment

Assume you have a chroot environment where you need a resource - an application or a library - which resides on the host (external to the chroot). Which are the security implications (if any) of ...
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jailkit chroot terminates ssh login

I've done my very best to follow these instructions to create a chroot shell. But the connection get's terminated every time I try to login via ssh for my new chrooted user. I start my ssh terminal, ...
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Is it possible to run dhcpd3 as non-root user in a chroot jail?

I would like to run dhcpd3 from a chroot jail on Debian Lenny. At the moment, I can run it as root from my jail. Now I want to do this as non-root user (as "-u blah -t /path/to/jail" Bind option). ...
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set up a chrooted SFTP login with OpenSSH

How might I create an SFTP login for an untrusted user in which he can only access the files in his own home directory and not run any commands? The online tutorial OpenSSH SFTP chroot() with ...