> > The user can change to directories above their home.
> > Is there a way to chroot them
> Use restricted bash shell for the user (/bin/rbash) in the
> /etc/passwd.

This does not seem to affect sshd.  I changed a user to use rbash but I
could still go to a windows machine and use the putty program pscp to
get a file from /etc.   

pscp [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/etc/passwd passwd.txt

Maybe it's simply just not a feature of openssh. I think I'll
investigate that chroot patch to sshd someone mentioned.  I think they
said it was for woody, but I'll see if it works with potato.

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