Opened 20 years ago
Last modified 20 years ago
#257 closed Bug report
Can't manage SSL keys
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After renaming the DNS name of a server, I can no
longer connect to it via SFTP. I suspect that the
fzsftp backend is detecting a potential spoof attack
because of the DNS change.
I do not know where the SSH equivalent
of 'known_hosts' is being stored, so I can't edit it
or delete it. It doesn't appear to be in filezilla.xml,
and I'm not sure what to look for in the windows
Change History (2)
comment:1 by , 20 years ago
comment:2 by , 20 years ago
I see your mixing SSL and SSH, however SSH and SSL are
two completely different things.
Back to topic:
- SSH Host keys are stored in the registry under
HostKeys, as FileZilla's SFTP part is derived from PuTTY.
- SSL certificates are stored in the file "Trusted Certs.dat" in
the FileZilla folder.
Logged In: NO
I figured out that my original problem was due to a bad
password. However, I still do not know where the SSL
keys are being stored.