> Hi all,
> I am trying to help secure an FTP installation by forcing connections
> over SSL, but at the moment it looks like I am missing a basic step
> and would appreciate some info - even if it is to tell me that what I
> want to do can't be done so I can stop trying.
> The situation is as follows - RH server, running among other things
> VSFTPD and OpenSSL. I don't have the versions to hand, but will post
> them later.
ehhh 'sftp -C user at otherdomian' where user has access to the file and cd
get file and break connection
if the user does not have access to the file move a copy for them and
then rock on, no need to be so complicated and sftp is part of ssh
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