lshell lets you restrict a user's shell environment to limited sets of commands, choose to enable or disable any command over SSH (e.g. SCP, SFTP, rsync, etc.), log user's commands, implement timing restrictions, and more.
|Tags||Terminals Shells Security|
Release Notes: This release corrects a serious bug allowing a user to spawn another shell and get out from the restricted shell.
Release Notes: This major release adds many features, from live configuration reloading to wildcard use, and fixes many major bugs.
Release Notes: New features and enhancements were added, such as the ability to log via syslog, the ability to set environment variables for users, and more. Also, some minor bugs were corrected.
Release Notes: A switch was made from the deprecated popen2 to subprocess for Python 2.6 compatibility. This version also corrects the missing built-in commands when the 'allowed' list was set to 'all'. The "export" built-in function was added for exporting shell variables.
Release Notes: A minor bug (that was worth a new release) was inserted in version 0.9.11 with the sudo command. It has been corrected in this version.