Claude M. Schrader on 23 Feb 2010 12:44:04 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] SFTP question - disable download or delete

RSSH works well. It will allow a user to connect via SFTP or SCP, but it
disallows them from getting a shell via SSH. It doesn't do everything you
asked, but its a step in the right direction.

On 15:33 Tue 23 Feb     , Mike Leone wrote:
> I have a server set up (with Ubuntu 8.04) that is running FTP over SSL, 
> using VSFTP. Works wonderfully, and I can specify that FTP clients 
> connect to a chroot jail, and can only upload files, not download or 
> delete files.
> However, now I am getting a request to use sftp, instead of FTP over 
> SSL. And while I can (and have) set up SSH, I am unsure how to configure 
> the other aspects of the security that I have with VSFTP. How can I set 
> up a chroot for a client who sftps in (so they can go wandering into 
> some other client's directory), and who can only upload, not download 
> (or delete) a file in their directory?
> Pointers, anyone?
> (personally, I want to dictate FTP over SSL, rather than have to support 
> multiple upload methods)
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