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comment apache2: Is it possible to run mod_proxy on a differnt port?
Your post above was not displayed correct. The "virtual host" line is not displayed in my browser (IE and FF tried). Only if I "edit" your post, all is shown.. Strange.
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comment apache2: Is it possible to run mod_proxy on a differnt port?
Then the normale websites are no longer served via port 80 :-\
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comment Debian: ip/network changes within chroot/jail
Okay, thank you for the information so far!! What about running sshd as a non-root user within the chroot? Then any concerns?
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comment Debian: ip/network changes within chroot/jail
Correct me if I am wrong. But it's still quit harder to get access to files outside the chroot via a possible exploit in sshd running in a chroot instead of running the sshd without chroot?
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revised Debian: ip/network changes within chroot/jail
fixed grammar