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In response to your comment: Your comment is valid if the data I want to protect is some kind of business deeds with sensitive financial figures. But, consider I am doing it for a software company that wants to protect their programmers to upload their software source files to their private cloud storage (they are usually 1000+ files). and your ...


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I assume that by "sftp client" you refer to an OpenSSH SFTP client. The "problem" is that when you press Ctrl+C, it stops the upload and cleanly closes the remote file, just as if the upload completely finished (note that it is a correct behavior and many other SFTP clients behave the same). So the server has absolutely no way to tell that the upload was ...


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File uploads are just POST requests, and Squid logs the request methods used by default : The native format for Squid is: time elapsed remotehost code/status bytes method URL rfc931 peerstatus/peerhost type So a command like grep POST /var/log/squid/access.log should give you all the POST requests, however that will also include a lot of requests that ...



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