Restrict SSH User Access to Certain Directory Using Chrooted Jail

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  1. Infrarchitect says:

    I have some issue making SFTP work at the same time.

    The answer is to have the following line in sshd_config :

    Subsystem sftp internal-sftp
    
  2. Alex says:

    AWESOME write-up. Combining this with AD is a huge step in maintaining good security controls that mitigate many risks inherent in FOSS. I’ve been doing this stuff for many years and always appreciate concise and accurate write-ups like these. For file servers things like getfacl, setfacl and id [email protected] come to mind…

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