Re: chroot'ing ftpd

Date: 12/17/01

Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 18:59:20 GMT

Michael Tucker writes:
> Hence the market niche for products like wu-ftpd (don't use this! it's
> riddled with security holes!) and proftpd (use this instead).

proftpd is better than wuftpd, but it's had it's share of security holes

Ncftpd has never had any. I've been using it continuously for at least four
years (maybe five?) and it has performed flawlessly. it's not free, but in
this case, you get what you pay for, by far.

Paul Theodoropoulos
Senior Unix Systems Administrator
Syntactically Subversive Services, Inc.
Downtime Is Not An Option

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