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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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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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Restricting User Access in Debian Squeeze

I've been contemplating ways to restrict user access to their own directories, not allowing them to navigate above their own user directory. I'm using SFTP, and don't want to install regular FTP ...
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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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SFTP access akin to jailed shell

I have a question about creating a user with sort of jailed shell access (actually all is required of this user is an sftp access to one particular directory). Scenario is as follows - I have an ...
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SFTP jail & Keeping file ownership the same / File owner per folder

I want to setup a jailed SFTP account for a subfolder of another user's home folder, but want the owner of everything in that subfolder to stay the same, including new files and folders uploaded and ...
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sftp jail user. error in winscp

I have a configuration where specific users can log-in only in sftp and not ssh. Also the users are jailed in specific directories. Lets say the user name is stefanos and his rooted directory is ...
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using ssh why do sftp directories need to be world readable?

I added the below to sshd_config, when i chmod 770 the user folder i get this error? Why? how can i make the folder only readable to the user or group? the owner currently is root and the group is ...
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SFTP - couldnt read packet: connection reset py peer

I have setup SFTP on our development box and would like to jail users into the /var/www/project folder I have added the following to /etc/ssh/sshd_config Match Group developers ChrootDirectory ...
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It is fair to jail my SFTP users to their home directory?

roots. I'm running an Ubuntu 9.04 (home) Server on my LAN. I currently use it to store little web apps, photos, some subversion repository and stuff like that. My (few) users are friends of mine and I ...
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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 ...