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Firefox takes hashes of various page parameters (mainly URL segments) and passes them back as part of Google's SafeBrowsing scheme. It cannot readily identify parameters or other information that you pass to the target - it's just used to check against a list of known attack domains. As per these instructions, you can turn SafeBrowse off: Firefox button ...


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It is highly unlikely, because FireFTP is an opensource product, which means, similar malwares could be easily detected in it. In case of a yet unpublished security hole, it would be known only by a few people, which likely didn't intersect with the site admins of your ftp server. In case of an ftp client, the server can't see anything what is on the ...



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