> This is something like the pub key of the ssh, right?


Similar, but not the same.

> Anyway, although we use mod_tls (which is by default
> compiled in our Debian box) we don't use ftps (we use
> ftp/port 21), so i guess that this is not our case.


Unlike HTTP, use of FTP over SSL/TLS does not depend on the port. That
is, there is no separate special port to use for FTP over SSL/TLS; it uses
the same port as regular FTP.

> But, even if it was, it should be able to login because it would have
> the public key in the home dir. Right?


Yes.

TJ

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