Subject: Re: i386 IO access and chroot()
To: NetBSD Security Technical Discussion List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 07/13/2001 19:30:47
>I don't know if anyone's explored the possibilities of (ab)using
>networking services from within the chroot jail yet either....
you should try not to say the phrase "chroot jail" because it's either
redundant or contradictory.
chroot(2) is the standard unix method, whereas jail(2) is a freebsd
invention that (i believe) similar to chroot(2) in some ways, but also
say chroot if you mean chroot, and say jail if you mean jail.
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