Restricted Accounts And Vi(m) Tricks in Linux And Unix

Just want to blog this article about using Restricted Accounts And Vi(m) Tricks in Linux And Unix to increase security and limit the tricks people can do by breaking out shells and editors.

For instance, if people or processes need to be able to write in a specific location on your system, and you want to lock them down as far as you can, you could use a chroot jail together with a restricted shell to limit their options completely.

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