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OK, I feel mixed emotions right now. After uninstalling vsftpd and installing proftpd, then uninstalling that and mucking around with a whole bunch of stuff before finally reinstalling vsftpd, I finally... Was still a getting an error. But it was a different error: everything was blank. No files. Nothing. I was very confused until I tried connecting with ...


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IUSR is the actual local user account (with modify permissions) IIS uses to put files. So, all you need to do is add IUSR to the ftproot folder (and all items within).


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In addition I tried: set ssl:verify-certificate/ftp.myblog.com no This trick to disable certificate verification in lftp: $ cat ~/.lftp/rc set ssl:verify-certificate no Try using set ftp:ssl-allow no; it worked like a charm for me.


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FYI Installing this hotfix: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2888853 helped. Lothar


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This page describes the prerequisites and steps to follow for creating a passive FTP server on a Windows Server 2012 VM in Azure http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mast/archive/2013/12/13/setting-up-a-passive-ftp-server-in-windows-azure-vm.aspx For Filezilla Server, make sure the ports you configure in FileZilla correspond with the endpoints you configure.


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Login into your ubuntu server then do the following process Install the SSH packages sudo apt-get install openssh-server Note : Default ports of SSH is 22 Do the following process in your windows Download putty software by click on the below link http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/x86/putty.exe Then double click on downloaded file. There you ...


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I also get error when connecting to FTP: 500 OOPS: prctl PR_SET_SECCOMP failed 500 OOPS: priv_sock_get_cmd The problem originates from FTP server vsftpd it self, so add this line to /etc/vsftpd.conf file: seccomp_sandbox=NO and restart FTP server: $sudo service vsftpd restart


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make sure the following is in your vsftpd.conf userlist_deny=YES Then make sure root is in /etc/vsftpd/user_list Restart vsftp and it should deny root login


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Well this doesn't technically solve my issues with Vsftpd, but Michael Hampton gave me some advice to solve the underlying problem of slow, unreliable file transfers. He suggested I use HTTP to serve files, so I used the Apache2 HTTP server that was already installed on my server. Now the images fetch reliably and I haven't seen any connection or download ...


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I'm unsure if this 100% correct, since I never found the documentation describing this feature being limited to local users, but apparently vsftpd doesn't allow anonymous users to write in their chroot directory with the allow_writeable_chroot=YES directive. You have to either create a sub-folder with write permissions for anonymous users or allow local ...


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I resolved this issue looking more accurately at the top of inbound rules. Noticed there was two rules called File Transfer Program (one for TCP and another one for UDP) which was blocking "c:\windows\system32\ftp.exe" program. Disabled both and everything worked like a charm! Just my 2 cent ;-)


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What you are after is an MD5 checksum. From the Debian Wiki: MD5 Sums are 32 byte character strings that are the result of running the md5sum program against a particular file. Since it is very hard to find two different files that results in same strings, MD5's can be used to determine that the file or iso you downloaded is a bit-for-bit copy of the ...


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either do the both other answers (downgrading, or reducing security by disabling the check) Another option would be to actually fix the issue by having correct permissions for the root chroot folder. Qouting a nice blogpost, which Marek already linked – Add stronger checks for the configuration error of running with a writeable root directory inside ...


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A number of general things: The rule-set in an iptables firewall is traversed in order. Simplified: iptables processing stops when a packet meets a rule that either grants or denies access. You can configure iptables as a simple packetfilter, where each packet is inspected on it's own, or stateful firewall when connection information is taken into ...


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You could use tcpdump to capture the packets from the wire to a file then analyse them. That should tell you exactly what is being sent.


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You need enough data ports so that client IP - client random port - server data port combination uniquely identifies any FTP session (transfer). So in 10-users scenario, single data port is likely more than enough. You just need to make sure that no one steals the single port away from your FTP server, before it actually starts using it. As the server ...



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