File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is used for transferring files between client computer and server on a computer network. Using updated FTP account password is very important for server security. To change password of FTP account, follow the below steps here: 1. Login to your cPanel Account. 2. Go to FTP Accounts section under File Menu […]
If you have created too many FTP User accounts and some of these have not been used and you want to remove an FTP Account, then you can accomplish this by following this tutorial. 1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the “Files” section, click on “FTP Accounts” Icon. 3. Under the “FTP Accounts” […]
Below are the settings we recommend for FTP connections to your hosting account. And you are done.
We recommend using FTPS & FileZilla with explicit FTP over TLS for connecting via FTP. Please note, if your FTP client attempts to use SFTP (SSH) our firewalls will block your IP address unless you’ve previous had us enable SSH & you’re using the correct port. You’ll want to open FileZilla & locate the “Site […]
FTP stands for file transfer protocol. FTP is one kind of protocol for exchanging files over any network that supports the TCP/IP protocol. Basically, two computers are involved in FTP system. A server A client Through FTP server software, the FTP server waits on the network for connection requests from other computers. With FTP client […]
cPanel is the most popular Control Panel for Linux based Web Hosting Services. cPanel allows uploading files using FTP (File Transfer Protocol). To upload files to your hosting account using FTP you’ll need to create a FTP Account. Let’s learn how to create FTP Accounts in cPanel. How to create FTP Accounts in cPanel STEP […]
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. One can upload files & folders to his/her hosting space using FTP. Let’s learn about uploading files using FTP. How to Upload files using FTP STEP 1: Download a FTP Client. We recommend using FileZilla. Download FileZilla for 32 Bit or 64 Bit and install it on your machine. STEP […]
The Exim/FTP Bruteforce Blacklist is a list of potentially malicious connection attempts to email and FTP accounts. We track all failed email and FTP connection attempts on our servers. When an IP address has exceeded 65 failed attempts to log in over a 1 hour period across any of our servers, the IP address is […]