Firstly, thanks for your ongoing development and good work.
I have a question that I would like to pose to you, as I have not found
any satisfactory answer despite long research.
We use ssh keys to distribute code and run commands. These are
appropriately controlled and logged. However I wish to stop
users/administrators using these as a back-door to the other systems. I
have configured the "notty" option on the authorised_keys file, yet this
still does not prevent the following:
ssh SERVER ksh
This will not return a prompt but will allow commands to be run
Do you have any recommendation / setting that would prevent this?
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More than I expected, thanks very much.
Good stuff, thanks!
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Got there in the end.
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