I've seen you are sending "email@example.com"
as PASS in anonymous ftp.
You should use "anonymous@" as newer ftp clients do.
- Some stupid servers try to check that what goes after
@ exists and delay the login and could deny login if
the hostname is not a DNS valid one.
- Sending anything that's not anonymous@ as password is
not anonymous by definition
- Spyware is not a good idea, most users don't like it.
--- ftpfs-0.6.2-k2.4/ftpfs/proc.c Sun Sep 9
+++ ftpfs-0.6.2-k2.4-nospyware/ftpfs/proc.c Sat
Oct 6 20:21:20 2001
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@
info->address.sin_port = htons(21);
+ strcpy(info->pass, "anonymous@");
info->mnt.force_own = 0;
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