Projects / PShell


PShell is a secured shell written entirely in Perl. It has a curses menu interface and a rudimentary commandline interface. The shell has been secured by being placed into a chroot jail and allowed only certain commands or programs to be used (flexibility is added by a configuration file).

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  •  22 Nov 2001 05:07

    Release Notes: A lot of the "external" commands used like mkdir and chmod were changed to use internal functions. Several bugs with command-line processing and "shell" stuff were fixed. Support for scp was added to transfer files to/from the pshell, as well as MOTD support at logon. The README was updated for requirements, and some comments were removed.


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