When setting up an FTP account for a specific purpose - e.g. as a drop-point for sharing data files - it seems sensible to give the user access only to the particular directory, and no view of a wider ...
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 ...
I've been using Macs for 25 years, and "UNIX" since OS X 10.0.. but I've never really thought much about chroot, nor have I ever really needed or wanted to... It's a simple question, but... under ...
I've read documentation for various ftp daemons and various long threads about the security implications of using a chroot environment for an ftp server when giving users write access. If you read the ...
Is there a way to run a program in a chroot while still having access to stdin/stdout? My first attempt was a shell script: /usr/local/bin/real-app: -------- #!/bin/bash chroot /var/lib/app-root ...