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#12328 rejected Connection failed to Fedora 33 SSH/SFTP server Vitaly Zaitsev

Description of problem: Cannot connect to the OpenSSH server on Fedora 33 due to recent crypto-policy changes with using standard RSA-4096 keys (curve25519 works).

I can also reproduce this issue with FileZilla on Windows 10 and even in PuTTY client.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): filezilla-3.51.0-1.fc33 libfilezilla-0.25.0-2.fc33

How reproducible: Always.

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Install Fedora 33.
  2. Install OpenSSH server: sudo dnf install openssh-server
  3. Enable it: sudo systemctl enable --now sshd.service
  4. Disable password authentication:

echo "PasswordAuthentication no" | sudo tee /etc/ssh/sshd_config.d/00-disablepass.conf sudo chmod 0600 /etc/ssh/sshd_config.d/00-disablepass.conf

  1. Restart OpenSSH server: sudo systemctl restart sshd.service
  2. Create SFTP connection in FileZilla to
  3. Try to connection with RSA key authentication (id_rsa should be added to the SSH agent).

Actual results: Connection failure: FATAL ERROR: No supported authentication methods available (server sent: publickey)

Expected results: Successful connection.

Additional info: Logs attached:

  • filezilla.log - internal FileZilla log file with full debug enabled;
  • sshd-filezilla.log - OpenSSH Server log with debug for the FileZilla connection;
  • sshd-console-client.log - OpenSSH Server log with debug for the default console SSH client.
#5213 outdated Can be cut if file> 56MB.? Jesús M. Ares González

Can be cut if file> 56MB.?

I am having trouble with recovery of a 58MB file., Cut to reach 56MB.

Thank you.

#2940 Cerberus FTP Virtual Root Dir. Support xtremsportsdude

I would like to see support of Cerberus FTP Server's Virtual Root Directory for Users to be included in the next release of FileZilla.

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