Bug#796233: proftpd-basic: Aborting ftpasswd leaves passwd with world-readable permissions

Hilmar Preusse hille42 at web.de
Sat Sep 10 21:00:05 UTC 2016

On 20.08.15 Fabian Schlager (fabian.schlager at icg.tugraz.at) wrote:

Hi Fabian,

> When running ftpasswd (see [0] for the exact call), the script will
> change the permissions of the passwd file to 0644 before prompting for a
> password. Aborting it at the password prompt will cause the permissions
> to _NOT_ be changed back to 0440.
Attached is the ftpasswd delivered w/ 1.3.6rc2. Could you check if
that version eventually solves your problem?

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