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RE: svn security vs. cvs security

From: Campbell, Matthew A <Matthew.Campbell_at_Relizon.com>
Date: 2004-07-29 20:29:27 CEST

> I built a cvs server. But the problem with it is: using
> pserver is not
> safe for our server; using ssh, people can get on our main
> server. svn
> is better or it is just the same as svn for this security issues?

If you run SVN via mod_dav_svn (Apache httpd) then you can configure access
in such a way that a user does not need shell access to the server at all,
and only exists in Apache's user file. So this may be better for you, yes.

(I believe there are similar configurations possible with the stand-alone
svnserve, but I am not experienced with them.)

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