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From Ron Wheeler <>
Subject Re: Really a non-forum related question
Date Thu, 30 Mar 2006 19:01:57 GMT
gives you file transfer over ssh in a nicely packaged setup - Windows 
drag and drop into the Linux directory with a terminal emulation (ansi, 
vt100, etc) over SSH
They also have a commercial version at a fair price.


Andy Levy wrote:
> On 3/30/06, Res Pons <> wrote:
>> I FTP couple of files from a Linux RHEL 3.5 server to a Windows Domain and
>> my ftp script sends my password in raw ascii text.  I have no idea to send
>> my password encrypted for Windows to understand.  Any idea, suggestion, or
>> forum I can pose this question please?
> FTP is plain-text only.  sftp/scp are secure methods of doing
> basically the same thing, but require both a client and server - a
> standard FTP server can't handle secure connections.  scp is, or at
> least used to be, distributed with ssh (I think).  Or you could set up
> an SSH tunnel and then FTP through that.
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