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Old 05-05-2008, 06:59 PM   #1
testdrive
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Default How do you disable SSL?

Hello sorry for this stupid question but i was wondering how i turnoff ssl.

Require_Encrypted_Auth =
Require_Encrypted_Data =

;Certificate_Name =

Explicit_Encryption = False
;Encryption_Protocol =

Min_Cipher_Strength =
Max_Cipher_Strength =

Get_External_Ident = True

;Data_Devices =
;Random_Devices = False

error message:
05-07-2008 02:01:56 SSL: "Unable to locate certificate" "name=192.168.0.195" "Service=FTP_Service" "Device=Any" "(HOST=)"
05-07-2008 02:01:56 SSL: "Unable to locate default certificate" "name=ioFTPD" "Service=FTP_Service"
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Old 05-05-2008, 09:43 PM   #2
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To not require SSL connections you can just leave the default configuration:

Require_Encrypted_Auth = !*
Require_Encrypted_Data = !*
etc

And then just don't load the SSL certificates into the store, or use site removecert XYZ to remove existing ones you may have created with site makecert.

The 2 SSL: lines you see in ioFTPD.ini aren't errors (they aren't in Error.log) but more informational and just letting you know it couldn't find any certificates and thus SSL will be disabled. AUTH SSL/TLS when used by a user will now return an error indicating it isn't supported.
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