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#7818 invalid Unable to connect Grace Cameron Grace
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I have entered all the information correctly provided to me by BrainHost, but still am unable to connect, the message is below.

Status: Resolving address of ftp.envisageearnings.com Status: Connecting to 69.175.48.74:21... Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message... Response: 220---------- Welcome to Pure-FTPd [privsep] [TLS] ---------- Response: 220-You are user number 2 of 50 allowed. Response: 220-Local time is now 20:10. Server port: 21. Response: 220-This is a private system - No anonymous login Response: 220 You will be disconnected after 15 minutes of inactivity. Command: USER gcenvisa Response: 331 User gcenvisa OK. Password required Command: PASS Response: 530 Login authentication failed Error: Critical error Error: Could not connect to server

#9634 outdated Unable to transfer image Ioannis Papaiacovou Ioannis Papaiacovou
Description

I am trying to transfer an image but I get this icon see attachment. The file appears on the server with 0 bytes.The file is not empty

#4206 fixed FileZilla may submit wrong password for a anonymous account Nico base10k
Description

When using the Quickconnect bar to connect to a server with the username "anonymous" it seems that FileZilla ignores the entered password and submits a default password.

Workarounds,

If you control the server:

  • create the account with the username of "anon" instead of "anonymous".
  • Configure the server to accept all passwords for an account with the username "anonymous" (not always preferable, anonymous does not mean open to all).
  • Change the password of the account to match FileZilla's default anonymous password (same problem as above, this would give access to everyone using FileZilla).

If you only control the client:

  • Add the account into the Site manager and select the logontype "normal", this will cause your password to be written to disk in cleartext, not preferable on shared computers (easily recovered even if deleted, unless you 'shred' the file or it is overwritten)

Notes: FileZilla version: 3.1.2 (Linux AMD64). I was connecting to an account using sftp. (the server was openSSH's internal-sftp, version 5.1)

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