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ftpd-ssl replaces normal ftpd using SSL authentication and encryption. It interoperates with normal ftp. It checks if the other side is also talking SSL, if not it falls back to normal ftp protocol.
Advantages over normal ftp(d): Your passwords and the data you send will not go in cleartext over the line. Nobody can get it with tcpdump or similar tools.
ftpd for Debian --------------- (May 4th, 2010) ftpd is now able to use IPv4 and IPv6 for data transport, in active and in passive mode. The default behaviour is to service both address families. Two options, '-4' and '-6', are introduced to restrict traffic to a single addressing mode. (Prior to October 2008) ftpd now supports PAM. It is recommended that you leave the pam_ftp entry alone in more»
This is linux-ftpd-0.17 for Linux, a port of the OpenBSD ftp daemon. This package updates linux-ftpd-0.16. If you're reading this off a CD, go right away and check the net archives for later versions and security fixes. As of this writing the home site for NetKit is ftp://ftp.uk.linux.org/pub/linux/Networking/netkit Contents: ftpd Daemon for the ftp protocol. Requires: Working compiler, li more»
linux-ftpd-ssl (0.17.31+0.3-1) unstable; urgency=low The recent IPv6 capability is handled in distinct ways by the three usual super-servers: openbsd-inetd, xinetd, and inetutils-inetd. The differences are discussed in the file README.Debian. Depending on your old setup, 'update-inetd' might complain about multiple instances of 'ftp' in '/etc/inetd.conf'. The present version tries more»
FTPCHROOT(5) Linux Programmer's Manual FTPCHROOT(5) NAME ftpchroot - file more»
FTPUSERS(5) BSD File Formats Manual FTPUSERS(5) NAME ftpusers — file wh more»
FTPD(8) BSD System Manager's Manual FTPD(8) NAME ftpd — Internet Fi more»
linux-ftpd-ssl (0.17.32+0.3-1) unstable; urgency=low * Update to linux-ftpd 0.17-32. * Standard more»
8-Jul-2000: Fix exploitable misused printf-function calls. 14-Dec-1999: linux-ftpd-0.16 is releas more»