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Old 20th November 2013
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Default OpenBSD ftpd FTP/TLS

I'm looking into setting up a "secure" FTP server, and feel like OpenBSD would be a good choice.

I've configured the core OpenBSD ftpd server and have set up a very workable process to manage file privileges and restrictions using login classes. However, I have not been able to find any information on how/if this can be set up using FTP over TLS, as some clients have legal requirements for over-the-wire encryption for certain data.

Obviously I could look at vsftpd, PureFTPD or use SFTP using OpenSSH, but I would frankly rather use the core as much as possible to minimize attack surface.

Thanks so much.

FK
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