At 04:16 PM 7/31/2008, John Almberg wrote:
I operate a server on which I am typically the only ssh user, but I
do provide a small number of users ftp access.
Each user has their own home directory. Currently all home
directories have read permission set for 'other'. This means if I log
in as one user, I can read and even download the contents of other
users home directories.
I want to block this read access. What is the best way to do this?
Turn off the read bit for 'other'? Or is there some better way?
I've used vsftp from the ports. It is very configurable to the point you
can even specify which ftp commands to allow.
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