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by botg
2006-07-31 10:56
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: FileZilla 3 development diary
Replies: 1027
Views: 750388

will you sign the updates and automatically check the sig ? because if someone takes over your update server, he could deploy a malware easily. For that I'll need code to verify signatures and such. For the first betas, there will be no signature checking. But from the final release ongoing, ...
by Trou
2006-07-30 21:56
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: FileZilla 3 development diary
Replies: 1027
Views: 750388

will you sign the updates and automatically check the sig ? because if someone takes over your update server, he could deploy a malware easily.
by botg
2006-07-08 12:46
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: filezilla client long file name "resume" corruptio
Replies: 4
Views: 2518

Re: Resume Error

ayaz awan wrote:i m using Windows 2000 and IIS's defualt ftp server
IIS is broken. It acknowledges the resume command, yet ignores it and sending the entire file again. Please use a proper server and not some MS malware.
by botg
2006-01-25 07:33
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Mysterious JPEG's
Replies: 5
Views: 2508

I've no idea what it is. If FileZilla can show the files but they don't appear in Explorer, I think there might be a trojan, spyware or other malware at work. Unfortunatly without being affect myself, I can't analyze this problem any deeper. Only thing I know is that FileZilla does not create ...
by Merlin
2006-01-07 05:03
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: P@SW bug in SMC Barricade
Replies: 3
Views: 4139

It seems to be impossible to compile FileZilla (Server) without some kind of MSVC++ (i guess it's their tools and/or libs) or other µ$ malware, so maybe you could do a 'quick' compile with the above-stated crude fix which i could test/use? That would be really kind : )
by botg
2005-12-19 21:20
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Trojan dropper
Replies: 1
Views: 2199

... a theoretical construct that can analyze the semantics of all given code and decide in O(n) (with n the code length) whether the data contains malware or not. But getting the semantics of some given code is an NP-hard problem. :P
by botg
2005-09-30 08:17
Forum: FileZilla and FileZilla Server Development
Topic: Filezilla 3 and Windows 98 SE
Replies: 36
Views: 22390

Windows XP is very stable. The most likely reason it crashes is faulty hardware, broken drivers and malware. My own systems are using Windows XP and are configured propely. My current uptime with Windows is two weeks again without reboot, I think that's not even possible ...
by johngalt
2005-09-15 23:49
Forum: FileZilla Server Support
Topic: 425 Can't open data connection
Replies: 11
Views: 10012

... am hosting the files for a Gentoo Project, donating my bandwidth, which is limited to half my available outgoing BW).. I *do* have a rash of Anti-Malware related software on the machine, and currently running are: WinPatrol Symantec Antivirus 10 Client (Realtime file Protection enabled) SpySweeper ...
by botg
2004-11-19 17:50
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: FTP with XP
Replies: 14
Views: 7488

... that this problem is most likely caused by some third party software installed on your system. First of all, Viruses, Trojans, Spyware and other malware can have a great impact. You should run a virus scanner and in addition to that a spyware scanner, like Adaware or Spybot Search & Destroy (search ...
by botg
2004-04-15 21:25
Forum: FileZilla Client Support
Topic: Broken Uploads
Replies: 1
Views: 2509

That could have a couple of reasons: - bad firewalls/routers - server problems - viruses, trojans or dialers (short: any malware) or the scanners against it - internet access software from the provider (imo malware as well :D) - really outdated drivers There's no common solution for ...