CentOS 7 – Setup SFTP with Chroot jail



This video demonstrates how simple it can be to setup a SFTP server using CentOS 7 with a Chroot user jail so that users cannot see each others folders or the underlying filesystem.

PS. I used netstat to check is the firewall is open on port 22, this is not a necessary step but if you want to do it on CentOS 7+ you will need to install the net-tools package first. You can do that like so:
sudo yum install net-tools

This is extremely handy as it works perfectly and for the low price of free it’s cheaper than the M$ alternatives that either don’t work reliably or cost hundreds of dollars.

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Devin BARTON

I am an avid Linux lover and open source enthusiast. I use Ubuntu and believe in sharing knowledge. Apart from Linux, I love classic detective mysteries.

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