> -----Original Message----- > From: Bill Moran [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2007 5:24 AM > To: Vizion > Cc: email@example.com > Subject: Re: ftp set up > > > Please wrap your lines around 72 characters. > > In response to Vizion <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > > > I wonder if someone could point me to a reliable detailed > resource for > > configuring an ftp server on freebsd 6.1 for both incoming > and outgoing > > files (including anonymous ftp). > > > > I do not want anonymous uploaders to view existing file names in > > ftp/incoming or be able to download from incoming. I want > the server as > > secure as is reasonably practicable. The notes in the > freebsd handbook are > > not really comprehensive enough for me. > > Please don't do this. Please don't even try. > > -- Got yr point -- my guess is you did not use a process to shift files out of the the upload directory as soon as they arrived. That way they can be monitored and never downloaded. I think it is up to each administrator to solve the problems. If you happen to have an answer to my original question -- a reliable source of info about ftp configuration it would be useful. It is a long time since I ran an ftp server and I am rusty. I ran a large number of ftp servers for a long time and suffered many hacking attempts but none succeeded on my watch. I agree it is not easy - but necessary david
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