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11 diciembre
2007

SSH Chroot in FreeBSD

or how to secure remote access to your server...

A new Hack in HackTown!

In this one:

I'll show you how to limit access to a server through a SSH link. This is useful when we need to provide some users with FTP-like access to a server, just for upload or download files, but limiting their scope inside the server filesystem.

I hope you will find this one as useful as in fact it was for me last days.

Posted by wu at 18:51 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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Re: SSH Chroot in FreeBSD

Muy bueno el tutorial, felicidades.
Yo en el trabajo hice algo similar con MySecureShell [1] y Debian y funciona a las mil maravillas.
Tendré que probar esto, que siempre es bueno tenern alternativas ;)
Saludos.

[1] - http://mysecureshell.sourceforge.net/

Posted by: paco at diciembre 11,2007 21:06
Re: SSH Chroot in FreeBSD

Gracias Paco.

La verdad es que existen muchas alternativas, buscando buscando para hacer este doc he encontrado varias interesantes, aunque la de rssh fue la que más me llamo la atención.

Un saludo y gracias por el feedback.

Posted by: Wu at diciembre 14,2007 10:57
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