Am Freitag, 15. Juni 2012, 13:29:55 schrieben Sie: > If you're concenrned of security, why are you using FTP? hmm, there are several good or less good reasons why peoples still using FTP - i.e. because of the filesystem features, system and bandwidth ressource / efficiency reasons or because the server just offers FTP... > What is the problem setting up HTTP server? Even Microsoft clients > handle TLS securely these days (at least as securely as they can). HTTP is mainly suitable for download of single files only and not well for part or whole filesystems (i.e. easy mirroring or syncing) except you are using DAV which is another story... Most modern FTP clients i know are able to handle FTP / TLS properly and by default if offered by the server and FTP servers usually should configured to that. Another option beside is SFTP or SSH / SCP vs RSYNC etc.. FTP / SCP / SSH is fully integrated in most *ixes as Mac OS X and works out of the box and there are many GUIs out acting as just frontends to these tools or even standalone. best regards, Niels. -- --- Niels Dettenbach Syndicat IT & Internet http://www.syndicat.com ---
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