[CentOS] FTP accounts
sterkebak at gmail.com
Mon Mar 14 17:43:11 UTC 2011
Its fixed now, it seems to be it was a easy fix and I was kind of waisting
your time, but thanks for the answers. I did google it and couldn't get a
@ Nico Kadel-Garcia
Currently this server is setup for back-up the our other 3 servers and
people can get FTP for backing-up there site. I prefer FTP because people
*know* FTP, when I give them something different to use there is a change
they are scared and will not use it.
2011/3/14 Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel at gmail.com>
> On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 1:27 PM, Huib Laurens <sterkebak at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have setup a centos server running 5.5 and I have a problem with the
> > settings.
> > Currently I have two FTP accounts based on that server, they lead to:
> > /home/bella
> > /home/carmen
> > Currently the FPT accounts starts in the home directory when they are
> > in. But they are able to see all directories on the server. What can I do
> > make sure they cant come out of there home directory?
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Huib "Abigor" Laurens
> First things first. *DO NOT* use FTP. It's a blatantly insecure
> protocl and passes passwords, and data, in the clear.
> Second, if you *MUST* use FTP, do not use it with normal usernames and
> Third, if you *MUST* use FTP, use FTPS which SSL tunnels the connections.
> Fourth, read the manual page on the "vsftpd" server. In particulare,
> review this:
> If activated, you may provide a list of local users who are
> placed in a chroot() jail in their home directory upon login. The
> meaning is slightly different if chroot_local_user is set to YES. In
> this case, the list becomes a list of users which are NOT to be placed
> in a chroot() jail. By default, the file containing this list is
> /etc/vsftpd.chroot_list, but you may override this with the
> chroot_list_file setting.
> Default: NO
Huib "Abigor" Laurens
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