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How to secure a FTP site

Posted on 2004-03-24
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Greetings,

I need to know how to secure a FTP site. I know I can use SSL for web sites. What about for FTP?

Thanks.
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There is a secure FTP Server from Globalscape http://www.globalscape.com/.  It is easy to set up and can generate certificates on its own, or import them.  This form of communication is HIPAA compliant.

Joel
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This is assuming that you want the data transfered across the Internet Encrypted.
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Yes. Also the password encryption.
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This also transmits passwords encrypted.
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