I've been looking for some solution to find out how a given file on a Linux server has been uploaded/created. If it's with FTP it can be traced, but those with other methods, specially scripts is what I want. I'm looking for a method of tracking down how a spamming/phishing file has been uploaded. If you know any solutions close to such a dream please post it. Thanks for sharing.
I have a form linked to a servlet that uploads files. I would like the name of the file that has been uploaded to be displayed next to the <h3>line once it has been processed. I have no problems linking the servlet to the form or uploading the file. I simply want the name of the uploaded file to appear next to the word uploaded. Thank you for your help in advance.
I can get the name of the file, the size of the file and the script which have uploaded the file from mod-security logs. But I was creating a script which needs exact path where the uploaded file is kept by apache after the uploading is complete. Is there any way to find this location through Apache logs or any other way.
Okay. So I've uploaded a file to Ubuntu One. I have uploaded it from a folder on my PC. After uploading I realized that it would be better to have this uploaded file into a folder in the Ubuntu One cloud. So can I create a new folder in Ubuntu One after I uploaded the file and then transfer this file into my newly created folder in Ubuntu One. This would be a really useful feature if possible.
I start needing to scan for viruses all files uploaded to my website. I've implemented a pretty simple prototype which I tested locally and it seemed work well. However, I need to make it more complex by involving more antiviruses to be able scan an uploaded file by each of them. But I'm hesitating.
I'm trying to set up a simple file upload page, using httpd and cgi-bin.
Basically, what I'm missing is a way to grab the variable name (for lack of a better term), of the uploaded file.
I'm using a bash based cgi script.
I have Proftpd installed and have several ftp accounts created. JPG images are being uploaded at random intervals. I wrote a Python script that runs in a 1 minute crontab. It searches for the latest image file uploaded by each user. It then copies the file to a new file file with a specific name. After creating the file it then deletes all the other files in the folder.
I uploaded a 1.7G .iso file to Ubuntu One, kept tracking for a good while with u1sdtool. But when it was uploaded and u1sdtool gave feedback that there was no transfer going on, I went and checked my files through the website, it wasn't there. Was that too big or is there limits on file-type such for example .iso file.
If I connect via sftp with netrw plugin and open the file, filepath looks like sftp://.. In current session if I close this file and reopen it, netrw loads file from /tmp/.. and after saving this file is not uploaded to server. How can I delete temp file after closing?