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sbox is a CGI wrapper script that allows Web site hosting services to safely grant CGI authoring privileges to untrusted clients. In addition to changing the process privileges of client scripts to match their owners, it goes beyond other wrappers by placing configurable ceilings on script resource usage, avoiding unintentional and intentional denial of service attacks. It also optionally allows the Webmaster to place clients' CGI scripts in a chroot'ed shell restricted to the author's home directories.

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  •  03 Feb 2005 19:47

    Release Notes: The default FSIZE soft limit has been increased to 1 MB, because it seems that 100 KB was not enough even to launch a single cgi-bin under some circumstances.

    •  01 Feb 2005 07:47

      Release Notes: This release added support for a BSD port, which is automaticaly built by the CVS package of the project.


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