Good afternoon, I recently built a debian server and put in pureftp with mysql and the pureftp manager front end from solariz.
Now this front end is going to be used by a client to create directories for websites so in the front end they put in /web/www.website.com for the ftp root
and when that user logs in they are chrooted to www.website.com
and can't go anywhere, that's all grand
but the problem is that the client can use the front end to put in /u0/ or /etc/ as the ftproot for example.
OK, they won't have write access but for a number of reasons I need to keep them out of there.
I've found out how to specifiy /web as the default directory but I can't find how to leave the client with no other option and ensure they can't get access outside of the /web directory