TJ Saunders wrote:
>> 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,


That's exactly what I wanted, but it probably isn't such a good idea as
I first thought. I suppose that people to want to confirm that the
upload was successful.

Many thanks
Duncan


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