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RE: Security, audits and pserver

From: Shankar Unni
Subject: RE: Security, audits and pserver
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 12:35:33 -0800

Paul Sander writes:

> A chroot environment is only good at containing 
> what's inside it.  It does not prevent access to 
> the chroot environment from outside.

Oh, but that's OK - just set the shells for the users to /bin/false -
that'll prevent them from logging in with a shell. And isn't there a way
to specify a chrooted home directory in /etc/passwd? Can't remember what
it is at the moment..

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