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Set up SFTP with OpenSSH

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Secure file transfer gets too little attention, perhaps because it is too easy. For secure file transfer without the need of special programs or clients, nothing more is needed than to have the OpenSSH server installed and running. It has a built-in SFTP subsystem that is available to any account that can log in. In other words, for basic SFTP access, nothing needs to be done other than have an account accessible via SSH.
 read more | score:7623 | -falko, March 23, 2011
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