Secure FTP (sftp)
eric at linuxsystems.net
Tue Oct 23 08:16:59 UTC 2007
Well yes and no,
>From the sounds of it the user is trusted and if it is a public box
any admin would have other counter measures in
On 10/22/07, Michael R. Head <burner at suppressingfire.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-10-22 at 16:46 -0500, Bill Asher wrote:
> > Anyone have a good HOWTO link for setting up a chrooted sftp server.
> > I need to do this for some outside vendors to dump files to our
> > office. But I really don't want to setup a full blown ftp server like
> > vsftpd or proftpd as all the functionality of these are not needed.
> > I'd like to use SSH but I need it chrooted, maybe authentication keys
> > too?
> Keep in mind, chroot isn't a security tool, it's a debugging/development
> > Thought I'd ask the list at this point, I've googled and there seems
> > to be a lot of opinions, just looking for a proven one.
> > Thanks,
> > Bill
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