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Old 2nd July 2008
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Cool obsd 4.3 secure ssh use

Hello, i'm newbie in openbsd.
I ve installed Openbsd 4.3 with pf (with NAT)
I ve a user : admin (not in wheel group) ; in /etc/sudoers i ve put :
admin ALL=/usr/sbin/vi /etc/pf.conf
admin ALL=/usr/sbin/pfctl

I have ssh access(with admin)to this firewall and so, i can change rules.
It works perfect. is it enough in security?
In my config, what is best way : use chroot or systrace? (for pf use in ssh environment)
thank's

Last edited by milo974; 2nd July 2008 at 12:56 PM. Reason: more precision
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