SshFS for Windows and Why

As an IT and Information Security administrator in the past and the present I’ve needed time and time again to find elaborate solutions to protect the company I’m in (several companies in the past) against threats from outside and from within (also against user’s mistakes or stupidity).

One of the main issues IT guys face are user permissions and specifically data access permissions.
For example, you don’t want a user to be able to see company bills, employee’s salaries and management documents.

One particular issue that has risen again and again in several companies I’ve worked for is the main storage handled with NFS. Continue reading SshFS for Windows and Why