Couchdrop is a cloud SCP, SFTP and Rsync server, which means files can be downloaded and uploaded using the SCP, SFTP or Rsync tool packaged with openssh on virtually any unix derivative.
As of the last release, Couchdrop supports multiple users with separate permissions and access keys. This provides a greater level of security with Couchdrop and can help facilitate read and write only accounts that can be shared without compromising security.
Additional accounts can be customized to only allow access to certain directories and storage providers and given either read, write or read/write access. Accounts have a randomly generated username and password which can be set by an administrator, and can use RSA public keys.
Creating an Additional Account
Login to Couchdrop by visiting https://my.couchdrop.io
From the dashboard, navigate to Keys using the left navigation
Here you will see your main account and any other additional tokens you have configured..
Click Add User to create an additional user account.
Clicking Add User will create a new limited user account. This user account by default will have Write but not read access to your root path /. To change these permissions, click Edit and you can adjust storage path, permissions and also add a public key.
Additional Users that are created will not have admin access to Couchdrop.