Scrotos wrote:Looking for a solution that's basically a web page via SSL wherein someone can upload a file. That's it. It'd be nice if you could have a form where the person could fill in their name, who the file was intended for, and contact email then when submitted maybe a CRON job or scheduled task could see a new file's there and alert someone with the data that was entered in the form.
cheesyking wrote:Of course dropbox isn't really a solution if you're looking for something a bit more secure than email
Scrotos wrote:Ohhh that sounds just about right! Did you write the application yourself?
I was kinda hoping for a premade solution, though... Maybe something I could slap on an openbsd server or a windows box or something like that. While we could develop it in-house, we're allocating resources for other stuff at the moment.
cheesyking wrote:Could you give a bit more detail on exactly what you need it to do
morphine wrote:As for a webpage specifically, I've tried using FileChucker successfully. It's an upload component that begets integration onto your website/CMS, but it doesn't look like it'd be too difficult to get working under HTTPS.
Scrotos wrote:Hey, that looks nice! I'd get rid of the "downloads" bit, of course. Mmmm, maybe I'll dork around with this a bit. It's been like 15 years since I programmed anything, should be a piece of cake! Though I used to do HTML by hand so I'm not necessarily scared of web stuff, just... inexperienced.
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