How about giving each user his own set of virtual ptys?
Alan Cox wrote:
> On Llu, 2003-06-30 at 22:31, Fredrik Tolf wrote:
>>That is true, though, of course. Stupid me not to think about
>>that. However, that means that an administrator who could find
>>himself being under such an attack might not think about it
>>either. Also, from the outside, the ssh client just does
>>nothing, making it look as if the server is unresponsive. Of
>>course, the exact error is logged to the server's syslog, but if
>>you can't view it, then you won't know about it.
>>So all in all, do you think I should implement a per-user
>>resource limit on PTYs?
> There are a whole collection of things that would benefit from that kind
> of management - go for it but make it possible to add other stuff too
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