Setting Up a Secure FTP Server using SSL/TLS on Ubuntu

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6 Responses

  1. Avin says:

    Very clean and detailed tutorial.

    Thanks for that.

    Also Please correct hyper link for “Secure an FTP Server Using SSL/TLS on CentOS” .

    It is currently pointing to your Axel download accelerator tutorial –

  2. Timothy D Legg says:

    One concern I see is that a user account must be created in order for them to access the FTP server, but this same user would also be able to access a shell account via SSH and potentially use that to use my bandwidth (< 1mbit/s) for recreational browsing on a free SOCKS proxy to another nation. I have delayed creating a file share for an organization for over a year due to that concern.

  3. adamkkk says:

    GnuTLS -15: An unexpected TLS packet was received how to fix this error ?

  4. Ahmed says:

    Can I please add ldap auth ?

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