So far I have been unable to keep an FTP user jailed to their website directory. Is there a solution that both fixes this bug and keeps the user jailed to their directory?
My vsFTPd settings that I changed:
listen_port=9000 Set: anonymous_enable=NO Uncomment: local_enable=YES Uncomment: write_enable=YES Uncomment: local_umask=022 Set: connect_from_port_20=NO Uncomment: idle_session_timeout=600 Uncomment: data_connection_timeout=120 Comment out: #ftpd_banner=Welcome to blah FTP service. [should be on line 104] Added: banner_file=/etc/issue.net Uncomment: chroot_local_user=YES Uncomment: chroot_local_user=YES Uncomment: chroot_list_enable=YES Uncomment : chroot_list_file=/etc/vsftpd.chroot_list
At the end of the file I added:
# Show hidden files and the "." and ".." folders. # Useful to not write over hidden files: force_dot_files=YES # Hide the info about the owner (user and group) of the files. hide_ids=YES # Connection limit for each IP address: max_per_ip=10 # Maximum number of clients: max_clients=5 # FTP Passive Settings pasv_enable=YES #If your listen_port is 9000 set this range to 7500 and 8500 pasv_min_port=[port range min] pasv_max_port=[port range max]
The user in question,
mybloguser, is jailed to her/his website directory under
/srv/www/myblog and this user is not part of the
nano /etc/vsftpd.chroot_list file. The user’s home directory is also
/srv/www/myblog which used to work in the past.
I tried the
allow_writeable_chroot=YES solution which did not work, and actually broke vsFTPd completely.
I have tried:
How can we both fix this error and keep the user jailed to their home directory?