Subject: How to jail an ftp user
To: None <>
From: Phil Pereira <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 05/07/2003 07:35:14
Hello fellow NetBSD users  :)

I can setup ftp from inetd.conf, and can configure a non-login account called ftp; and can also control allowed ftp users from /etc/ftpusers.

However, once a user (say "ftp") is allowed to ftp in to a directory like /home/ftp how can I force a jail around /home/ftp so that they can only move within that directory or lower - basically preventing them from moving to /home or anywhere else?


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