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Date:      Mon, 24 Sep 2001 21:56:15 -0700
From:      "Mark" <mw@lanfear.com>
To:        <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Isolating users ??
Message-ID:  <000001c1457e$695f65a0$0200000a@redmond.corp.microsoft.com>

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Hello!

	I'm not 100% sure what question I'm asking here, so any pointers
would be greatly appreciated.

	As part of some web hosting services we provide, we are having
customers ssh and scp data to our server.  However, they can currently
"see" an awful lot of crap on the server (directory trees, etc ...), and
while it all -seems- secure, I worry that everything's a little open
right now.

	What sort of things can I do to isolate them a little more and
make it so that they can only see their web page directories or other
such things?  Are there ways to isolate them more without traumatic
changes to the server?  I have user directory permissions and the like
all correctly set as well, but again, I would like to be sure about
these things.


	We have all the plain password ports shut down, but still want
to know if there are other things we should be considering as we let
people upload there data.

	Any suggestions or poitners would be wonderful!

	thanks,
	mark.




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