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March 30, 2008, 5:17 pm
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it is possible to configure sshd in that way that a ssh connection do
only a port forwarding and the user have no possibility to act on the
server. (User should not allow to make file-cp with scp, no bash , no
possibility to execute programs, ...) Only Port forwarding (exp.
Port 80) to other Server.
Re: sshd config without rights and executions on server ? (only forwarding)
Perhaps "lshell?" http://freshmeat.net/projects/lshell /
Limited Shell (lshell) is an application that lets you restrict the
environment of any SSH user. It provides an easily configurable shell:
just choose a list of allowed commands for every limited account.
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