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Why doesn't hacksaw use ftp?


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Gmail:

"Over 5782.718985 megabytes (and counting) of free storage so you'll never need to delete another message."

Thats 5.6 gigs if I don't totally suck at math.

http://yodel.yahoo.com/2007/03/27/yahoo-ma...ity-and-beyond/

Yahoo has unlimited email storage, let me know when you can find an ftp that offers more that unlimited...

Just on the side, you really need to pay more attention to the Internet.

Less secure = htacsess - how do you get the files there in the first place?  I haven't done things through ftp in a while, but last I checked, to upload a file someone needs to have the login info.  Which means you have to leave that info somewhere on the pc.  For email, all you need is a 'to' address, you can send through a throwaway account.

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Gmail:

"Over 5782.718985 megabytes (and counting) of free storage so you'll never need to delete another message."

Thats 5.6 gigs if I don't totally suck at math.

http://yodel.yahoo.com/2007/03/27/yahoo-ma...ity-and-beyond/

Yahoo has unlimited email storage, let me know when you can find an ftp that offers more that unlimited...

Just on the side, you really need to pay more attention to the Internet.

Less secure = htacsess - how do you get the files there in the first place?  I haven't done things through ftp in a while, but last I checked, to upload a file someone needs to have the login info.  Which means you have to leave that info somewhere on the pc.  For email, all you need is a 'to' address, you can send through a throwaway account.

I suppose you are right.

Personally, I don't care about people's videos and pictures.

So, I only filter out them leaving only textfiles and word documents.

Usually 250 mb is enough for these.

http://www.esmartstart.com/

Just my personal preference.

Automatic ftp can be done with merely a .bat file and a .txt file.

And yes, leaving the username and password is necessary.

Really simple. Here is how it's done:

[bATCH FILE]

ftp -s:send.txt

[TEXT FILE- called send.txt]

open [ftp.yourserver.com]

[username]

[password]

binary

prompt n

put "archive.rar"

bye

Still, I guess email *is* more secure and harder to trace.

Thanks.

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