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Jan
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comment Given SSH access, what should I do to protect a server and monitor (dangerous) user actions?
Only the two virtual servers they have access two. I'll edit the original question about that.
Jan
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revised Given SSH access, what should I do to protect a server and monitor (dangerous) user actions?
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Jan
12
comment Given SSH access, what should I do to protect a server and monitor (dangerous) user actions?
I think I'll look this up, never heard of exploiting it and looks like a good tip.
Jan
12
comment Given SSH access, what should I do to protect a server and monitor (dangerous) user actions?
I wasn't aware that sshd was chrootable, never seen it setup like that nor ever did it that way. Thanks, +1 if I could :). I have tripwire on the critical system files and sudoers only allows the system administrators.
Jan
12
comment Given SSH access, what should I do to protect a server and monitor (dangerous) user actions?
Yeah, perhaps it's too broad and I should split the question? My main concern is privilege escalation as I have other things in action preventing tampering: tripwire, correct perms, users partition mounted with no suid.. I'm looking for ways I can protect (read: mitigate risks) on such an open system: shell+compiler.
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asked Given SSH access, what should I do to protect a server and monitor (dangerous) user actions?