September 20th, 2002, 12:31 AM
Directory Permissions on FreeBSD
After several hours of going through books, and other resources on the internet, I could not find anything that says what the file permissions should be, on these Directories. I am fairly new to the world of *nix. And I want to make sure I keep it secure. And I don't like the idea of ppl being able to browse through these Directories. But I don't want to block read access, just yet. Because I am not sure if it'll 'disallow' the legitmate users from executing programs.
Any input is very much appreciated. Below is the list of Directories and the default file permissions.
Also, when I use sftp to connect to my box, it connects very quickly, but when I use standard ftp, it takes upwards of 30-45 seconds to connect. What would be the problem?
September 20th, 2002, 12:42 AM
Not trying to promote another site but if you go to www.unixhideout.com you can get any help you need with FreeBSD. The admin Sagacious ( aka ro0t ) is a wiz with BSD. He is avalible to answer questions on irc.unixhideout.com port: 6667
Also if your using the box as a server there are some good tutorials in the forums about the Unix Route command so if someone is attacking your box or leeching your **** you can just send them on a one way trip to dev/null and they wont be able to access your box anymore. As well as how to set up watch, using cron to update and a few others.
I am sure that someone here can probably answer your question but I just wanted to throw that at you to let you know in the future if you need help with anything and cant get it here they can help.
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September 20th, 2002, 12:45 AM
Hey, Euclid. Thanks for the information. I'm sure it will be helpful some time down the road.