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Re: Apache server permisssions



How hard is it to set up a chrooted server. I mean I know about the
concept but have never implemented a jail before...

Thanks,

James

>  --- "Boulytchev, Vasiliy"
> <vboulytchev coinfotech com> escribió: >
>> Ladies and Gents,
>> 	Imagine the following scenario.  I have Apache
>> 2.blah running as
>> nobody.nobody (httpd.conf).  Now I have 2 virtual
>> hosts, sarah and john.
>> The users and groups are sarah.sarah and john.john.
>>
>> 	My first question, is why can apache serve a file,
>> whose permissions
>> are root.root?
>
> These are their permisions: -rw-r--r--
>
>
>> 	Second, is it safe to have a server setup like the
>> above, without
>> jailing?
>
> Always it's more safetly using chroot but it's not
> always necesary, you're giving acces only to two
> users.
>
> It's my opinion...
>
> Regards...
>
>>
>> Vasiliy Boulytchev
>> Colorado Information Technologies, Inc.
>> http://www.coinfotech.com
>>
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