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proftpd
Yeah, too bad it doesn't run on Windows.
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Ehh, for just basic ftp upload/downloading and the need for security, I would choose vsftpd over proftpd any day.Vsftpd's main goal is security (very secure file transfer protocol daemom). But I want to ask, have you considered using HTTP for the whole thing? HTTP will do the job just as well, if not better, and is much more secure. I've used my apache2 server to let clients upload/download countless small files, and lots of other 300+ MB files too. In my opinion, the less daemons/ports you have running/open, the more secure you are. I see not using FTP as taking out a possible point of failure.
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An SSL certificate? you did say web bases file sharing so SSL would be the easiest.
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