mysecureshell 2.0-2build1 source package in Ubuntu


mysecureshell (2.0-2build1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for gnutls transition.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Wed, 17 Feb 2016 22:26:41 +0000

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Pierre Mavro
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mysecureshell_2.0.orig.tar.gz 133.5 KiB e510263c72d5c946db14a2ff94e5415545f5131a50771e8a996d005c61f8c336
mysecureshell_2.0-2build1.debian.tar.xz 3.7 KiB ffc11d5b2be41ca7e993629c32dbf7077d9a5efea0dce7e1a8f5ca3bf50477c3
mysecureshell_2.0-2build1.dsc 1.9 KiB d84a9bea3ec4d21c2417ab52f0172a57b0597d0f6d7d7fcbe59617974277744e

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mysecureshell: SFTP Server with ACL

 MySecureShell is a solution which has been made to bring more features to
 sftp/scp protocol given by OpenSSH. By default, OpenSSH brings a lot of
 liberty to connected users which imply to trust in your users.
 The goal of MySecureShell is to offer the power and security of OpenSSH, with
 enhanced features (like ACL) to restrict connected users.
 MySecureShell was created because of the lack of file transfer features in
 OpenSSH. OpenSSH was not designed as a file transfer solution, that's why
 MySecureShell is born.
 MySecureShell is not a patch for OpenSSH, it's a shell for users.
 It has the advantage to:
  * Avoid including security holes in OpenSSH
  * No dependency on against an OpenSSH version
  * No OpenSSH recompilation is required

mysecureshell-dbgsym: debug symbols for mysecureshell