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OpenSSH listens for your connection on
port 22. Use MacSSH or PuTTY (etc) to get a shell. Use MacSSH or WinSCP to copy files.
If you had trouble with SSH before, try this one.
We have retired the commercial SSH daemon.
If you have trouble with a NAT box or firewall, try the ``raw'' FTP server
on port 221. Please do not use raw FTP on a cable modem or college campus.
An experimental FTP server with SSL encryption support listens on port 421.
If you use WS_FTP Pro, Dreamweaver, or Go Live, please
try the ``FTP-over-SSL'' or ``FTP-over-TLS'' feature.
(This is a candidate to replace the wu-ftpd+SafeTP thing.)
Don't worry about the certificate.