BulletProof FTP Server Vulnerabilities?
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    BulletProof FTP Server Vulnerabilities?

    Does anyone here know of any vulnerabilities in BulletProof FTP Server?
    im not sure what version, but any information at all would be useful.
    Are there guest resources installed by default on any other login name other than Anonymous??

    for the love of god post if you know

    -Thanks Again, Trak
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    Hrms...why do you need to know these vulnerablilities?
    and btw, don't post double threads.
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    function beginError(bsod) {
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    Read the AO FAQ: http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=220666
    It won't have that exact question, but I think it has similarily themed ones.

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    BulletProof FTP Server? I think a grenade or landmine will get around that pesky bulletproofing....
    \"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I\'m not sure about the former.\" -- Albert Einstein

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    Antionline is ruined

    What has happened to this place?

    It used to be a place that you could sometimes get actual information about security, now you cant get a straight answer out of anyone here.

    If you dont know, don't answer. People around here think that its necessary to come up with some smart assed answer for everything.

    Frig, i came here wondering about the security of a fairly common piece of software and not only was there not a single person that knew, like in my windows terminal server post, but in this one i also got bullshit from people who obviously dont know anyways.

    What's the good of a security forum if you cant mention anything to do with security?
    I was just wondering if that particular piece of software was secure, but then i thought that mabey someone had already been hacked, or has hacked somthing due to insecurities in this, hence saving me the time and effort of looking myself.

    It doesnt even matter anymore, but please, if you have nothing useful to say, then shut your mouth.
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    what about this:
    http://www.atstake.com/research/advi.../a040301-1.txt

    and for further info a very good list of apps and their vulnerabilities
    http://www.internetbankingaudits.com...rabilities.htm

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    Very nice

    Now thats more like what im talking about

    Nice site man
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