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SCP is the most common way to do this. RE logging activity.... You can change the loglevel directive in the sshd conf however since SCP is just an SSH connection, all you will likely see is the login itself. I have found this for you however with details how to log SCP activity: Monitor file copies with SCP done via SSH Alternatively, you could use ...


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vsftpd is an FTP server with extensive logging capability and supporting SSL encryption. It is available as a standard package in most Linux distributions. If you set the configuration option ssl_enable=yes it will enforce SSL encryption for both login and data on all non-anonymous sessions by default. Several FTP clients with SSL support are available, ...


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The FTP protocol specification does not impose any rules on file path. All it says (RFC 959, section 2.2) is: Pathname is defined to be the character string which must be input to a file system by a user in order to identify a file. Pathname normally contains device and/or directory names, and file name specification. ...



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