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Re: Fw: [suse-security] sftp with no ssh login

> 1.- created a .bashrc fila with a logout on the first line for all users
> (Just one)
> 2.- Change shell to bash for all this users.
> 3.- chown root .bashrc
> 4.- chmod 555 .bashrc
> And there you go!
> Do you find a hole on that?
Yes ... user can still remove it, because he owns his home directory and
has therefore delete rights. You COULD set the permissions like in /tmp
(1755), but I ask myself, why you don't use scponly or rssh as shell, as I
suggested? They are designed for your purpose. No clumsy scripts and
permissions necessary!

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