My Linux has many not-human users like
http, etc. I want to disable anybody to login as any of this users. Real people on my machine are root and me, so only root and me should be able to login.
For not-human users in the
/bin/false defined as shell, but I have read it doesn't protect for login via SSH, for example.
passwd -l doesn't protect for login via SSH too (as the man says).
Is there solution at all?