vsftpd: Why are the permissions for all my uploaded files set to 600?

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If all your uploaded files have permissions set to 600, you will need to alter the vsftpd config file.

sudo nano /etc/vsftpd.conf

Look for the line #local_umask=022 (You can search in nano with CTRL + W, type local_umask, press ENTER)

Uncomment this line by deleting the # sign so it looks like this

vsftpd.conf
local_umask=022

Save file and exit. (Press CTRL + X, press Y and then press ENTER)

Restart vsftpd.

sudo service vsftpd restart

Upload a test file via FTP and the permissions should now be set correctly.

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