Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Ticket #12281, comment 4


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09/18/20 23:04:16 (15 months ago)
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  • Ticket #12281, comment 4

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    44I also attached Filezilla.xml which has a list of the files that failed, in the failed tab, I exported that file.
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    6 Running Filezilla as an administrator does not fix the problem. According to to Let's encrypt support ([https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/certs-arent-being-uploaded-via-sftp-to-etc-letsencrypt-live-correctly/133929/9?u=lynob link here]), the files inside the "live" folder are symbolic links, therefore it seems that filezilla cannot follow symbolic links
     6Running Filezilla as an administrator does not fix the problem. According to to Let's encrypt support ([https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/certs-arent-being-uploaded-via-sftp-to-etc-letsencrypt-live-correctly/133929/9?u=lynob link here]), the files inside the "live" folder are symbolic links, therefore it seems that Filezilla cannot follow symbolic links
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    8 One more thing I'd like to be fixed as well, when I exported that file so that  I can share it with you, it contained the hostname, the username and password of my server, so lets say I'm sharing it like now and didn't you'd be able to hack me.
     8One more thing I'd like to be fixed as well, when I exported that file so that  I can share it with you, it contained the hostname, the username, and password of my server, if I didn't notice that, anyone reading this public ticket would be able to hack me.
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    1010Please remove those details from that file, they don't need to be there in the first place, why would my password be written as a base64 encoded string in a file that lists all the failed file transfers?