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by boco
2019-02-14 11:14
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Suddenly stopped by avast & unable to install on Mac
Replies: 3
Views: 85

Re: Suddenly stopped by avast & unable to install on Mac

The solution is one post above yours. *facepalms hard*
by boco
2019-02-14 09:59
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Unable to open Filezilla
Replies: 9
Views: 175

Re: Unable to open Filezilla

Well, yes, if you run the bundled package and accept the offer.
by boco
2019-02-14 07:00
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: Embedded Paths to files not retrieving file
Replies: 2
Views: 28

Re: Embedded Paths to files not retrieving file

Please don't use FTP links in marketing emails. Browsers and Email programs unfortunately have sh*tty FTP support, and Office uses the same sh*tty FTP support of the Internet Explorer. If you have to provide a server for loading remote resources in Emails (which good Email programs block anyway), se...
by boco
2019-02-14 06:42
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: 425 Can't Open Data Connection
Replies: 39
Views: 488122

Re: 425 Can't Open Data Connection

You can use the Retrieve option to have it updated automatically. Or, you can enter a DNS/Hostname into the IP field to have the IP resolved.
by boco
2019-02-14 06:35
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: FileZilla on Mac and Avast/AVG issue - Report it to them!!!
Replies: 0
Views: 44

FileZilla on Mac and Avast/AVG issue - Report it to them!!!

FileZilla is broken by Avast and AVG (same company). FileZilla can do nothing. Report the false positive to their support channels so they can fix their detection database!

Please, don't flood the forums with support requests, it's not a FileZilla issue.
by boco
2019-02-14 06:31
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Suddenly stopped by avast & unable to install on Mac
Replies: 3
Views: 85

Re: Suddenly stopped by avast & unable to install on Mac

Simply report the false positive to them so they can fix their detection samples!
by boco
2019-02-14 06:19
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Unable to open Filezilla
Replies: 9
Views: 175

Re: Unable to open Filezilla

Update for what? Avast breaks FileZilla and FileZilla cannot fix that. Report it to the Avast support channels.
by boco
2019-02-13 19:47
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: Users unable to write to their directories even with permissions
Replies: 6
Views: 80

Re: Users unable to write to their directories even with permissions

Remote Desktop might do strange things to accounts. The best administration is done locally. I know that's not always possible in reality, just wanted to mention it.
by boco
2019-02-13 19:39
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: 227 Entering Passive Mode - disconnections
Replies: 5
Views: 57

Re: 227 Entering Passive Mode - disconnections

You *can* get a speed increase if you raise the buffer sizes (very fast, low-latency connections). Please use values that are multiples of the default size (don't raise it in fractions). It is really trial and error here.

No risk involved, as you can always return to the default values.
by boco
2019-02-13 19:34
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: French Translation: proposal of 2 small changes
Replies: 1
Views: 94

Re: French Translation: proposal of 2 small changes

Moved to Development forum, as it isn't a support issue.
by boco
2019-02-13 19:31
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Unable to open Filezilla
Replies: 9
Views: 175

Re: Unable to open Filezilla

You can always try the non-bundled packages from

https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?show_all=1

in case your snake oil complains.
by boco
2019-02-13 05:46
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Filezilla ignores Site Manager "Logon Type" Setting
Replies: 16
Views: 1775

Re: Filezilla ignores Site Manager "Logon Type" Setting

Well, blame the makers of the SSH/SFTP protocol, then. FileZilla is simply following the specs (rules).
by boco
2019-02-13 05:41
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Please Help
Replies: 5
Views: 71

Re: Please Help

Prime suspects: Antivirus software injecting their own (often insecure) certificate into the chain in order to hijack the connection. This is called a man-in-the-middle attack and makes those AV's not any better than Malware.