Damian Lettie Posted December 12, 2008 Share Posted December 12, 2008 Changes in Classic FTP v 1.11 for Windows: Fixed: Scrolling through the local folder history drop-down list was causing a crash. Fixed: Security vulnerability if a malicious FTP server hosted a file or folder with a name including a relative path. Fixed: Being unable to open a local file for writing when downloading from the server no longer causes subsequent FTP commands to fail. Fixed: Drag-and-drop from Windows Explorer onto anywhere other than the remote file list no longer triggers an upload. Fixed: Couldn't install on Windows 98 Standard Edition if the common controls DLL hadn't been updated. Fixed: Crash during the local file view refresh when running on Windows 98. Fixed: Running Classic FTP no longer causes icons in the Start menu, Windows Explorer, etc. to disappear when running on Windows 98. Fixed: Double-clicking a folder in the local file list no longer opens a Windows Explorer window when running on Windows 98 or 2000. Fixed: Couldn't download to the desktop folder when running on Windows 98. Fixed: No longer send keep-alive commands during download when a file is opened from the remote file list. Fixed: Cosmetic issues when running on Windows 98. Changed: Download and Synchronize are now disabled when the current local folder is a virtual folder (eg. My Computer). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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