If EAB members only so be it, it may just mean less uploads are done to the ftp in future. If a person has to ask for special upload password. This is what i eventualy meant by uploaders EAB or not. I think its better to keep it in house as to say. Then users here can be accountable when needed to be warned. Still against the special upload password if decided to go that route.
Can ftp have cookies ? i've not heard of it before, never know unless ask.
EDIT: But all that is irrelavent if the ftp can make automatically upon upload a catalogue of each archive uploaded. Then just check each archive catalogue if something not allowed. Download file remove harmfull content reupload it again with no delay. Still you may want users to upload in their own folders so you know which archive originated from which user.
Last edited by exoticaga; 23 March 2009 at 03:09.