I'm using the default configuration for proftpd on Linux Mint with only the following directive changed: # Use this to jail all users in their homes DefaultRoot ~ I created a user userftp ...
A PHP script accidentially changed the right flags (chmod) of a directory to 0. (No access to anybody, including owner). If I have no root access to this server, is it possible to delete the file ...
So, I was changing some file permissions using gFTP, and somehow I managed to set the permissions of .. (idk how, last time I use gFTP) The problem is I was working in the highest directory I could ...