Re: securing proftpd
Why not use vsftpd it's much more secure.
It scales much much better.
It's in stable.
I believe it can limit ftp login per user.
Which is the equivalent effect.
Shannon R. said:
> Is anyone using proftpd's RejectValidShell directive
> in a box running stable? That is, reject users with
> valid shells from logging to ftp as soon as they enter
> their usernames (and not give them the chance to enter
> their password at all).
> Support for that is supposed to be in unstable already
> (http://bugs.debian.org/145669) but I don't want to
> run unstable on a production box. So any pointers on
> how you managed to get it to work?
> Many thanks!
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