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Author Topic: P2P FTP folder exposed again..  (Read 3840 times)


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P2P FTP folder exposed again..
« on: June 19, 2011, 02:21:32 PM »


I wrote a post here (http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=38771.0) about folders being exposed by default when enabling the FTP server on the DNS-320.  At first glance the new firmware seems to solve the issue of the P2P folder being exposed, as you can now modify/delete the P2Pnetwork share.

However when you disable and reenable the P2P application (to stop downloading/seeding) then the P2P network share again becomes accessible via the FTP server - requiring the user to go back into the network shares and remove it before data is exposed with anonymous access!  Can the firmware be made to not recreate the share?