2010/6/30 Roland Turcan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks, but the question was not to change the server, but to find the
way how to set it up.
Anyway thanks for your response and I will read info about
mysecureshell which could be useful for the future.
Yeah, I realised it.* Anyway I just thought it could be useful for people using FTP servers or SFTP to know about MySecureShell and it's ACL's that could be useful for some purposes:
Here is an overview of ACLs:
- Control bandwidth.
- Administration of server by GUI.
- Management of the activity the server with logging.
- Control by user ip, groups ...
- Remote Access
- Confinement server in a secure area (Chroot
<<< 30.06.2010 9:34 - Marcos "email@example.com" >>>
M> You should try mysecureshell
M> It is a sftp server for the open ssh server. Has only one config
M> file (really easy) and it's just a shell for the user. It supports
M> virtual chrooting to user's home.
M> 2010/6/30 Roland Turcan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
M> Hello email@example.com!
M> I have recently installed VSFTP and created user with home directory
M> in /var/www/user. User can connect fine, but I don't want that he can
M> walk through upper directories and even into "/", ...
M> How can I deny changing directory backwards?
M> Thanks in advance.
M> Best regards, TRoland
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