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NcFTPd

NcFTPd is a high-performance File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server for UNIX systems, designed especially for high-traffic sites and internet service providers.

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  •  07 Apr 2005 17:09

    Release Notes: NcFTPd can now handle group entries whose lines in /etc/group are longer than 511 characters. Support for alternative password encryption algorithms (such as Blowfish) on Linux was improved. Compatibility fixes were made for Solaris 10, HP-UX 10 and SunOS 4. New general.cf options include allow-mls and count-only-files-owned-by-user-towards-quota. A user is no longer automatically disconnected if a data connection failed as a result of a firewalled PORT, but after a failure the user will be forced to use PASV. A bug where a ncftpd_passwd database could be locked for extended periods of time was fixed. Bugfixes were made for the NcFTPd quota subsystem. A bug where existing files beginning with a space could not be deleted was fixed.

    •  06 Mar 2002 19:36

      Release Notes: New configuration functions, enhanced support for Perl 5, an improved install script, fixes for several known bugs, and if data transfer times out, ncftpd immediately closes the connection.

      •  15 Aug 2000 03:13

        Release Notes: Bugfxies for a restricted user security hole, two memory leaks, and also IE and Netscape compatibility.

        •  27 Mar 2000 23:20

          Release Notes: Updated documentation, some bugfixes and additional features for usability, and a security update for environments using ncftpd_authd.

          •  18 Jul 1999 11:45

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            06 Jun 1999 18:08 kevinying

            NcFTPd
            NcFTPd is a fine ftp daemon... interQ uses it for both our consumer and corporate ftp applications. Mostly for users to upload their web pages.

            I think the $199 fee per server is cheap for what NcFTPd features:

            * easy installation w/o chroot tree necessary for anonymous ftp, /bin/ls, etc
            * security -and- speed
            * built-in quotas
            * built-in QoS to limit incoming -and- outgoing bandwidth
            * no-fork philosophy

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