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FTP will be replaced by FTPS on March 15, 2021

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In recent months, we’ve added two new upload options for you. In addition to having the usual option of uploading your content via a secure FTPS connection, you can now also simply drag and drop your video files on the Upload page of your contributor account. This is a great option if you prefer to upload just a few clips at a time—for larger quantities we still recommend using FTPS.

With these two content uploading options in place, we will be taking down the old FTP server, as that technology no longer meets today’s security demands. The FTP server will be shut down on March 15, 2021, so please update your systems now. 

To learn more about switching to FTPS, please refer to this article.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Could not upload. Tried different FTP clients

details as below:

Status:      Resolving address of ftps.shutterstock.com

Status:      Connecting to

Status:      Connection established, waiting for welcome message...

Status:      Initializing TLS...

Status:      Verifying certificate...

Status:      TLS connection established.

Status:      Logged in

Status:      Retrieving directory listing...

Command: PWD

Response: 257 "/" is the current directory

Command: TYPE I

Response: 200 Type set to I

Command: PASV

Response: 227 Entering Passive Mode (3,87,37,152,196,45).

Command: MLSD

Error:        The data connection could not be established: ECONNREFUSED - Connection refused by server

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Need to provide file sharing between various partners to government associated file server in a DMZ.

SFTP is the better choice here correct?

Reason being that it opens less ports?

I know this is a bit of an apples to oranges question after reading more



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