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Old 19th December 2011
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Default Is OpenBSD secure by default from ssh users?

Say for instance I create a new user on a default install of OpenBSD, and the home directory for this user being /home/user/.

If the user ssh's in, how much restricted access does he have outside of his own home directory? Is there anything sensitive such as files with information I may not want this user viewing or altering? Is there a way I can restrict this user to viewing/modifying his own home directory only, and not being able to view/modify anything outside of it?
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