~sirn/docker-filesync-server

7b5bfdce222f551d408c636c681c1758b901c6eb — Sirn Thanabulpong 1 year, 7 months ago f03032a
Make it clear in the README that security is anything but
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Simple SSH server that only allows Rsync, Unison, and some file manipulation shell commands.

## Security

**Do not run this on an unsecured or a public network.** Filesync Server tries absolutely nothing to prevent the user from uploading an executable and attempt to run it using various method (such as running the binary using `sshcmd` under Unison). Use with care.

## Usage

```shell


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```

The server should be accessible from `ssh://filesync@127.0.0.1:9122/` using your SSH authentication.

## Security

Do not run this on a unsecured or a public network.

Filesync Server's original purpose was to run a dedicated SSH server for Unison on a Synology NAS. It tries absolutely nothing to prevent the user to upload an executable and attempt to run it using various method (such as running the binary using `sshcmd` under Unison). Use with care.