I've got an Ubuntu 9.10 Server that I'd like to leverage for large file delivery. Ideally the system would be:
- Easy for end users download and upload to.
- Free (I know I know. Dreamworld right?)
Any suggestions? I was thinking about w2box but there's virtually no security to that one.
UPDATE --- CLARIFICATION
My use case is for simple and infrequent exchange of files between colleagues/friends.
At one of my prior jobs, we have a GREAT system... It had two sections:
1) Admin side:
- Admin can upload/download files
- Admin can create upload tag codes that expire over time and use that as a security token for external users to upload file(s).
- Admin can specify files as publicly accessible or assign a tag code to a file that expires over time and use that a security token for external users to download file.
2) External User side:
- Can see public files
- Can enter tag to download or upload specific private files.
- All transactions done over SSL.
Ideally, I'd like to find something like that. If that's not available, then at the very least, I'd like to have a simple way of preventing spammers and malicious users from downloading/uploading files without my permission. At the same time, I'd like to keep this as low maintenance as possible for ad-hoc scenarios where I need to send someone a file but don't necessarily want to go to the trouble of creating a whole set of credentials for them.