rssh is a small shell that provides the ability for system administrators to give specific users access to a given system via scp or sftp only.
Release Notes: A root compromise bug was fixed. A va_start/va_end bug that crashed on ia64 was fixed. A strlen() segfault was fixed. A service checking bug that always allows cvs and always denies rdist and rsync was fixed. Other small code clean-up fixes were done. Many documentation updates and improvements were made.
Release Notes: This release fixes a design flaw in rssh_chroot_helper that allowed local users with full shell access to gain root privileges.
Release Notes: This release features support for using rssh with CVS, rdist, and rsync. A very minor security issue has also been fixed.
Release Notes: This release is functionally identical to the previous release. The only modifications made were to the build environment, to facilitate building packages. Official RPMs for Red Hat 8 and 9 are now available.
Release Notes: New per-user configuration options, and fixes for several previously undiscovered/unreported buglets.