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Re: Client upload of files via http

Am Fr, den 29.10.2004 schrieb Eucke Warren um 0:03:

> I have a potential customer who is looking to be able to upload and download
> files via his and his clients browsers.  Is this something that lftp is
> suited for....anything else that anyone is using that is secure and user
> friendly?  Thoughts, risks, real world war/horror thoughts?  I am assuming
> that most of the use will be via IE....
> -Eucke

Did you already have a look at WebDAV?

FTP is insecure and a risk as data and especially the login data is
transfered plainly. As you asked about capability of the IE, yes it can
upload files to an FTP server.


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