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Setting up FTPS (TLS - Explicit)
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3rd of August, 2011

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FTPS is an extension of the FTP protocol that allows the use of TLS (Transport Layer Security) and SSL to encrypt your credentials when logging in through FTP (much like SSL encrypts data passed through secure (HTTPS) URLs. It is an acceptable solution to use in place of standard (unencrypted) FTP if you need to disable standard FTP to meed PCI requirements.

Click on the link for your FTP client below for instructions on setting up FTPS:

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