Tools to secure bastion hosts
Titantools provides two of the tools provided by the Titan package
* noshell: an alternative way to login's nologin to add shells to
administrative (locked) system users.
* runas: a simple generic program that allows administrators to
start daemons as non privileged users, and optionally to run in a
Notes for Titantools
Noshell should *not* be registered in /etc/shells if you plan to use it,
otherwise it will be recognized as a valid shell and will be executed on logon.
If the /sbin/noshell shell is registered in /etc/shells some programs might
think that users which have this shell as their shell are actually
valid users. Which is the opposite of what noshell is prov
noshell — shell for administrative users that should never
noshell is a shell that can be assigned to system users which
need to be active but should never log in to the system.
noshell helps monitor attempts to access disabled accounts
and logs th
runas — program to run daemons as non priviledge users
runas [-c directorio] [uid] [gid] [umask] [program]
runas is a small program that allows administrators a generic
way to run daemons as non privileged users.
runas is equivale
titantools (4.0.11+notdfsg1-5) unstable; urgency=low
* debian/control: Add noshell to the correct
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