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proftpd

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by knocx, Aug 23, 2006.

  1. knocx

    knocx Guest

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    hi,

    are there any directives for proftpd to restrict some extentions? such as *.mp3 *.mpeg

    i have already prohibited *.mp3 on apache but i couldnt find a solution for that

    thanks
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  2. AlbertS

    AlbertS Guest

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    U can use locate .ext? But u proberly noticed that?

    If that kind of files can't be uploaded what will stop them to change the extension, zip/rar it .. Allot of work arrounds?
     
  3. knocx

    knocx Guest

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    locate needs a scheduled updatedb we have tens of gigs of client data and this is infeasible.

    i see your concerns but some security is better than no security

    whats your suggestion to detect illegal content then
     
  4. AlbertS

    AlbertS Guest

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    I really think it is not ur oblication to protect against illiegal content, ofcourse > do not setup á public FTP ;) all is quite relative :) ...

    Im sure u have some kind of agrement where customer takes responsebility for what he stores...

    When some organisations contact u... ( I received some e-mails from 'brein' in the past) they proberly give u a variable time to delete it or to take any other actions?!

    With the proftpd config's to make it not posible to upload particulair .ext I cannot help u with... Srry about that :)
     
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