Secure FTP connection


If you need a secure FTP connection over SSL, you should use the FTPES protocol (FTP over explicit TLS/SSL). Unlike FTPS (FTP over implicit TLS/SSL), which directly establishes a secure connection, FTPES allows the FTP client to request the security connection from the FTP server.

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