American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A communications protocol governing the transfer of files from one computer to another over a network.
- v. To transfer (a file) using FTP.
- v. To transfer a file using FTP.
- F(ile) T(ransfer) P(rotocol). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“For the web WinNc allows you to upload your homepage files to a http/ftp server using the built in FTP function.”
“The term FTP refers to a file transfer protocol for exchanging and manipulating files over a TCP computer network.”
“Way back in FTP , we were already more than ready to see Rahm make an exit.”
“A word about security: FTP is not a secure protocol; all the file transfers happen in the clear, which makes them ripe for sniffing.”
“My action: deactived and deleted all caching plugins and their cache folders (best via SSH as FTP is a PITA with so many files).”
“Latest Nikon digicam has Wi-Fi option and built-in FTP”
“Ok, a super petty bitch about Mac’s OS X: Why on earth would you build in FTP functionality to the Finder, but leave it half-assed, enabling you to mount an FTP server in read mode only, so you can download, but not upload?”
“The new version of Blogger is now available to blogs with FTP, that is, non-blogspot addresses.”
“These services are often called FTP's as they operate in a very similar manner as a FTP server, however they are upgraded with a few simple options having to do with compliance and privacy (some even have”
“The website just holds an index; the files themselves are held on many sites throughout the world, called FTP sites.”
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