> Noway! ... There are many "normal" sites which run fsp daemons -
> including wuarchive, and funet...
> I use it alot to connect to these sites mainly because there is no "30
> user limit"... very much less of a hassle to connect!
There are many "normal" sites that run FTP, but in conjunction with a
cache of "warez" it constitutes a "trading site". I didn't intend to
imply that the presence of FSP _alone_ suggested illicit activity. I
said, in reference to my substantiation on the point of me assuming it
to be a "warez site", that I thought I'd seen the presence of FSP
activity in the directory listings you'd posted -- namely the
Given other factors, it's fairly probable that this activity occured
via FSP (ie. normal anon-FTP doesn't give access to user directories,
and it's unlikely that the "person" would have given out his/her
password for everyone to use non-anon-FTP, and FSP *is* the predominant
choice for "warez doodz").
mg. (better write paragraphs and paragraphs to qualify all my statements
from now on)
-- Matthew Gream (sw/hw engineer) <M.Gream@nospam.uts.edu.au> (02) 821-2043