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from the original site is impossible to download... can I get it anywhere else? thanks...

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    Default where can I get the lastest wu-ftpd?

    from the original site is impossible to download...

    can I get it anywhere else?

    thanks
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    Luca Miselli Guest

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    Default Re: where can I get the lastest wu-ftpd?

    Lars Tunkrans <sral.snarknut.mapsonbredband.net> wrote:

    > Luca Miselli wrote:
    >> from the original site is impossible to download...
    >>
    >> can I get it anywhere else?
    >>
    >> thanks
    > in Solaris 9 04/03
    > cd /etc/ftpd
    > in other words , you already have it ......

    The Solaris 9 version is probably far from the latest..

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    Akop Pogosian

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    Akop Pogosian Guest

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    In article <bgc1er$1jqg$1agate.berkeley.edu>,
    Akop Pogosian <akopps+usenetocf.berkeley.edu> wrote:
    >Lars Tunkrans <sral.snarknut.mapsonbredband.net> wrote:
    >> in Solaris 9 04/03
    >
    >> cd /etc/ftpd
    >
    >> in other words , you already have it ......
    >
    >
    >The Solaris 9 version is probably far from the latest..
    Which is probably bad, considering [url]http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/1/331295/2003-07-29/2003-08-04/0[/url]
    was just posted.

    -tom

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    "You can only be -so- accurate with a claw-hammer." --me
    Thomas H Jones II Guest

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    Default Re: where can I get the lastest wu-ftpd?

    >
    >Google "wu-ftpd", take the first hit and you find
    >
    >[url]ftp://ftp.wu-ftpd.org/pub/wu-ftpd[/url]
    >
    >I just downloaded wu-ftpd-2.6.2.tar.gz and wu-ftpd-current.tar.gz.
    I did it now... but I tried unsuccesfully from tuesday until yesterday
    Luca Miselli Guest

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    Default Re: where can I get the lastest wu-ftpd?

    >Which is probably bad, considering [url]http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/1/331295/2003-07-29/2003-08-04/0[/url]
    >was just posted.
    uhm... interesting...

    well I do need to chroot my ftp users in their own home directory...
    which way do you suggest I can achieve that result?

    I was really tempted to close completely the ftp access an allow only
    sftp, but then I still have the problem of curious users (students)
    browsing file of other users (teachers).

    any advice??

    thanks
    Luca
    Luca Miselli Guest

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    Default Re: where can I get the lastest wu-ftpd?

    Barbie LeVile <barbietoppoint.de> wrote:
    > On Fri, 01 Aug 2003 09:16:39 +0200
    > Luca Miselli <lucam72hotmail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >> >Which is probably bad, considering
    >> >[url]http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/1/331295/2003-07-29/2003-08-04/0[/url] was
    >> >just posted.
    >>
    >> uhm... interesting...
    >>
    >> well I do need to chroot my ftp users in their own home directory...
    >> which way do you suggest I can achieve that result?
    >>
    >> I was really tempted to close completely the ftp access an allow only
    >> sftp, but then I still have the problem of curious users (students)
    >> browsing file of other users (teachers).
    >>
    > replace wu-ftp, if you want, need standard ftp, use ncftpd.
    > otherwise sftp is a good coice.
    I don't know why Sun had to pick the ftpd with the worst security
    record as the replacement for its in.ftpd in Solaris 9. I would be a
    lot happier with proftpd and about anything else BUT wu-ftpd.. Even
    RedHat gave up on it and switched to vsftpd recently.

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    Akop Pogosian

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    Default Re: where can I get the lastest wu-ftpd?

    In article <2p4kivokcvred15p9nbqul2klggaou42ub4ax.com>,
    Luca Miselli <lucam72hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >>Which is probably bad, considering
    >[url]http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/1/331295/2003-07-29/2003-08-04/0[/url]
    >>was just posted.
    >
    >uhm... interesting...
    >
    >well I do need to chroot my ftp users in their own home directory...
    >which way do you suggest I can achieve that result?
    Well, ProFTPD has a fairly trivial to configure chroot capability.

    -tom

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    "You can only be -so- accurate with a claw-hammer." --me
    Thomas H Jones II Guest

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