Hi Guys n girls
I wonder if you can help me?
I have set up a file server with SFTP access and I want to lock remote users from a local group named public-ftp into there home directory (/home/public). At the moment when i access the server from sftp client, i can browse up to the root folder and into others.
I have done a google and chroot jail seems to be an option, however it does not seem to be secure. Can anyone shed any light as to whether this is a viable option, the folder will only be used fro file storage. Or if there is an alternative way.
The /home/public is also a samba share in an environment where sercurity = ADS and password server = ADS DC. There are no conflicts with this config at the moment, ADS domain users have read/write and local public-ftp have read only access.