How to Setup SFTP Chroot Jail on Linux

Posted by cloudbooklet on Sep 11, 2019 12:47 PM EST
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By default a SFTP user can access all the folders in your server including other user’s directory also. No one wants the users to navigate around the server and view other users files. In this tutorial you are going to learn how to setup SFTP Jail environment and lock down a user to their home directory. We will also restrict the access to SSH and allow SFTP only. This guide works on all Linux based distributions.

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