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    Default FTPS vs SFTP

    FTPS = extension to FTP with SSL
    SFTP = extension to FTP with SSH

    Am I correct ?
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    Yep!

    FTP over SSH = SFTP
    FTP secure or FTP-SSL = FTPS
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    [QUOTE=kaiju;1104632]Yep!

    FTP over SSH = SFTP
    FTP secure or FTP

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