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Re: Write Permission on repository may encourage UNIX user to tamper with repository (SSH)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_red-bean.com>
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 09:34:39 -0500

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Subversion itself.

To solve your problem, read this section in the book:

Or, if you want far far less hassle, don't use svn+ssh://, but just
plain svn:// instead. (Or even try https:// ).

On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 5:56 AM, Sachidanand Shukla <shukla.68_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am a clearcase administrator with NCR Corp. and am currently persuing
> migration of Clearcase code to SVN.
> I am using svn+ssh to access repositories on Windows clients and server is
> on Solaris box.
> my problem is that i create a login for user on solaris box and ask him to
> access repository from Windows client, but as user has access to solaris box
> also (as his login is created there and repositories also reside there) he
> can temper with repositries because he belongs to the group to which
> repository belongs.
> i tried a lot but could not succeed in protecting it.
> I have configured svnserv (text file) to mask the repository path amnd URL
> does not disclose full path, but even then....
> i tried
> 1. Restricted shell
> 2. chroot is not possible as server is being used by other teams also
> 3. changed .profile etc etc.
> but all in vain.
> please suggest some way to solve this problem
> Sachidanand Shukla

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