> > As reading the RFC it was not clear to me, if CCC does effect the control
> > channel only or if it switch encryption completely off. Does anybody know
> > some more details?

>
> The details are in the relevant IETF Draft defining FTPS:
>
> http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/...ftp-ssl-16.txt


CCC stands for "Clear Command Channel", which means that it disables use
of protection on the control channel only. If protection has been set on
the data channel, then that protection remains.

TJ

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