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Summary of Configuration Steps
To enable transparent FTP tunneling and FTP-SFTP conversion, you need to complete the following tasks:
Configure the Tectia SOCKS Proxy to listen on port 1080 on the client host and define the filter rules in the
ssh-socks-proxy-config.xml configuration file. See Configuring SOCKS Proxy.
Create a user, for example,
SSHSP, for running the SOCKS Proxy. See Creating the
ssh-socks-proxy process. See Running SOCKS Proxy.
Configure the SOCKS settings for the FTP client. See Configuring FTP.
After these tasks are completed, the specified FTP connections will be automatically tunneled or converted to SFTP, transparently to the user.
Reduce Secure Shell risk. Get to know the NIST 7966.
The NISTIR 7966 guideline from the Computer Security Division of NIST is a direct call to action for organizations regardless of industry and is a mandate for the US Federal government.
ISACA Practitioner Guide for SSH
With contributions from practitioners, specialists and SSH.COM experts, the ISACA “SSH: Practitioner Considerations” guide is vital best practice from the compliance and audit community.