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Collecting some notes and resources on PureFTP. Sounds like it's fairly easy to make fairly secure.

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Subject: Re: [expert] Pureftp (was HACKED?)
   Date: 29 Jun 2002 03:26:38 -0400
   From: Lyvim Xaphir <lxaphir@yahoo.com>
     To: ExpertMandrake-List <expert@linux-mandrake.com>

I'm partial to Pureftp. It comes default configured to chroot everyone in their home dir, and you don't have to spend alot of time in the conf files to get stuff done. It has also had no security issues on bugtraq since April 15, 2001; has no known buffer overflow. Easy to use, ultrafast to implement and high security.

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LDAP/MySQL/PostgreSQL-based auth fortune files Apache-style log files virtual users anti-warez system virtual domains built-in "ls" bandwidth throttling ratios XML or HTML real time status report virtual quotas

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