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Old 03-31-2004, 07:08 AM   #1
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I have been looking like crezy for a program to my linux shell/server.
I need a program that can be used as an proxy for my ftp client(on windows). like a bouncer. but it needs to be password and or ip protected.
I have asked some guys I know and they say the best way is by useing pftp and BNC4ALL, but bnc4all is pretty old and I cant seem to make any sence out of it.... I was hopeing some of you may have a suggestion on what program I can use..

btw. made the question in newbie because it seems like a silly question.
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