Rbash is the restricted mode of the bourne again shell (bash).

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Is rbash secure if user login and ssh passwords are disabled?

I've got a server that I want to use as an SSH gateway for remote and local port forwarding. I don't want arbitrary commands to be able to be executed on it, only my scripts. I keep reading about how ...
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How to create chroot jail with ability to change some system settings

How to properly create chroot jail (on Ubuntu, or some some other Linux if not applicable) to make user able to edit system settings (eg. with ifconfig) and be able to communicate with external ...
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rbash with sftp

I would like to know if it's possible to have sftp access with rbash enabled on the users, if not Is there any alternative to rbash? Thanks
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rbash: User can fire up regular bash and circumvent restrictions

I've set up a user account on my Ubuntu server. The user's default shell is rbash. This works great until they type bash at which point they're not restricted to their home directories any longer. How ...