File Transfer Protocol. A simple client server protocol for transfering a file over a network. Most operating system come with the client application. FTP provides no confidentiality or integrity to the data being trasfered.

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How can I restrict users' connection attempts to my FTP server?

Is there any way possible to restrict user to make a connection to the FTP server on my Windows XP computer? I have an FTP server established in Windows XP and now I want to make access to that FTP ...
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windows security alert windows firewall has blocked some features of this program message coming for every new build of my application

I made an application which uses ftp so windows shows windows security alert windows firewall has blocked some features of this program message for every new version of my application any idea how to ...
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Iframe hack / done through FTP?

On two websites which I host for a friend, I found that there is an iframe at the bottom of each site's index.htm file. <iframe src="http://www.kunstsalen.dk" width=1 height=1 style="visibility: ...
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Some questions about penetration testing distribution Backtrack 5

I know just the basics of backtrack and I want to ask some questions about it: Can you attack an ftp server using backtrack? an email server? I have a Centos virtual private server and backtrack is ...
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Bruteforce attack on my FTP server

I recently setup VSFTPD on my personal server for sharing files over FTP. In the vsftpd.log file, i see hundreds of failed attempts to login with usernames like "adminitrator" , "adminitrator1", ...
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What is the value of encrypting a payload when it will be transferred over sftp anyway?

We have a integration arrangement to send content across the internet and the agreed protocol encrypts then sends it via sftp. What possible reason coould there be to encrypt the content twice? I ...
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SFTP, FTPS and SecureFTP differences and security implications

What are the basic differences and security implications of using SFTP, FTPS and SecureFTP.