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From: Jan Stary (hansstare.cz)
Date: Tue Aug 17 2010 - 05:54:04 CDT
On Aug 17 12:27:04, Matt wrote:
> Quite possibly more of a 'which software' question:
> I am looking for a way to have two parties share documents securely
> through an OpenBSD server.
> User A can not look into directory B but is allowed in dir C, that sort
> of thing. Sharing occurs through untrusted / changing networks.
> Obviously a simple SFTP structure seems to cut it, but would require all
> users (different platforms) to install sftp clients.
What's the problem with that?
Or scp clients.
> Is there anything else (preferably in ports) that could do this better /
> prettier ?
Nothing that wouldn't require to be installed.