Opened 3 years ago

Closed 3 years ago

#10891 closed Feature request (invalid)

recovered OS now cannot access ftp client account

Reported by: John Edwards Owned by:
Priority: normal Component: FileZilla Client
Keywords: Cc: jwedwards46@…
Component version: Operating system type: Windows
Operating system version: 10

Description

All my info of my account is listed here this is a very old account. Would like to freshen up and start a updated account.

Thank you for verifying. The login information is as follows: ftp2096674

Username: fredsi chged ftp
Password: V7L9c#z9

address for explorer transfer
ftp://fredsi:V7L9c#z9@ftp.fredsign.com

Thank you for verifying. The login information is as follows:
host: fredsign.com
Username: fredsi
Password:
address for explorer transfer
ftp://fredsi:V7L9c#z9@ftp.fredsign.com

new transfer code
ftp://fredsi:V7L9c%23z9@ftp.fredsign.com/

connection address 216.219.190.193:21

Your new IP address is 64.71.33.92.

newest IP addresss 2600:8806:4802:900:44c7:755b:e514:54

Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 3 years ago by John Edwards

Cc: jwedwards46@… added
Operating system version: 10

My credentials are ftpfredsign.com. User: fredsi password V7L9c%23z9. "SFTP - SSH File Transfer Protocol" . My pc crashed, I recovered it by disc. Was running windows 10 but recovered to windows 8 then re upgraded back to 10. Most everything is back to it's original state except I have the latest Filezilla client and can no longer access my website to upload html. I would like a reinstatement of my account or start a new account with more familiar passwords. I am not sure of the remote server address as well as this is as far as I can get with site manager. FTP acount number at Web.com ftp2096674. Server is Cox.net my emails are jwedwards46@… jwedwards46@… .....help

comment:2 Changed 3 years ago by Tim Kosse

Resolution: invalid
Status: newclosed

First of all: CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD ASAP. You should never ever, under no circumstances, give your passwords away. You especially should not post it on a public website.

If you give your password away and somebody else screws up, either accidentally or intentionally, it is you who is liable for all damage
caused.

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