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Date:      Fri, 10 Jul 2009 09:39:55 -0500
From:      Dan Nelson <>
To:        Steve Bertrand <>
Cc:        RS Wood <>, freebsdquestions <>
Subject:   Re: FTP Server for individual client spaces
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In the last episode (Jul 10), Steve Bertrand said:
> RS Wood wrote:
> > Finally, I'm aware FTP has inherent security liabilities as passwords
> > cross the net in clear text, but I'm not convinced casual users on
> > Windows boxes will be able to manage fun stuff like SSH connections or
> > alternative software, like SCP.
> Provide them a link to a client software that uses SFTP. I use WinSCP
> (portable), which defaults to SFTP, and provides the server, username and
> password fields as soon as it is launched.

WinSCP is good.  Other nice free SFTP clients are FileZilla (has Windows, OS
X and Unix versions) and muCommander (Java so it will run on anything).

	Dan Nelson

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