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Re: safest FTP and TELNET options?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: safest FTP and TELNET options?
- From: Derek Sivers <bsd_(_at_)_cdbaby_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2001 02:35:43 -0700
Thanks for the replies, so far.
But yes unfortunately I really do need to turn on regular old FTP and TELNET.
We do web hosting for newbies, who are just using Dreamweaver or Netscape
Composer to make their first web page - and just need the simple "upload"
FTP button to work.
Again - any advice from my OpenBSD buddies on how to do it safest on
OpenBSD would be appreciated.
Ok - as much as I hate to - I *have* to turn on FTP and TELNET for a
virtual webhosting thing I'm doing for people who don't have SSH, SFTP or
So . . . what's the safest FTP and telnet ports on OpenBSD these days?
Or - for anyone else doing web hosting on OpenBSD - what's your approach?
Any advice or URLs appreciated.
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