> In a virtual host I have the following:
>
> User ftp
> Group ftp
> UserAlias anonymous ftp
> RequireValidShell no
> DefaultChdir pub
> MaxClients 10
>
>
>
> DenyAll
>

>

>
>
>
> AllowAll
>

>
> DenyAll
>

>

> ...
>
> My question, problem is that when an anonymous user enters the incoming
> directory they can see the files inside this directory. I can stop them
> seeing the files by changing the permissions to remove read access, I
> suspect that should not have to to this so I think that there must be
> something incorrect in my definition somewhere.
>
> Can someone point me in the correct direction to fix this?


If by "see" you are referring to clients' ability to list files in those
directories, then you might look into including the LIST and NLST FTP
commands in your sections.

Hope this helps,
TJ

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