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Old 01-22-2003, 05:54 PM   #1
darkie
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trying to log in to an OTP ftp account.
so i go user:skey and the password i generated.
the builtin ftp client on both windows and openbsd work just fine. but flashfxp wont.

taking this matter even further i analyzed tcpdumps,and i managed to understand that flashfxp is sendning out some OLD password.

clearing history and bookmarks of that site wont work either,it still gives me old passwords.


user look like: user:skey
passwords look like:
SOUL CURT SKIN VEIN STUN WEB

windows os: windows 2000 sp3
client: flashfxp 2.0 build 905

server: openbsd 3.1 built in server.


OTP=One time passwords.

Hope you solve this guys because flashfxp has been my fury little animal for years now . cheers!
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Old 01-22-2003, 06:00 PM   #2
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i don't exactly understand your description, but FlashFXP has builtin skey support.
you just enter your normal password and FlashFXP will automaticaly generate OTP.

and build 905 is outdated, unsupported beta. update to latest available version.
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Old 01-22-2003, 06:10 PM   #3
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hey it DOES!!! damn!

so my problem was that i was entering a password generated by another application. hehe no wonder flash fired away "wrong" password

thnx for your help!
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