PS3 [GUIDE] How to successfully FTP huge amount of files

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    I use the FileZilla client on my PC, and this is perfectly normal with nothing to worry about.
     
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    So my files and passwords dont get sent over the internet?
     
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    No, since you're only sending files to and from the PS3 over your local network. Even then, you decide what's sent via over the network via FTP. The warning is simply that there's no encryption used for the FTP server (the PS3) and so it would only be an issue if you were uploading/downloading from a server outside of your network, since there's no way to prevent eavesdropping of the data being sent.
     
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    Ok thanks for your help.
     
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    Hi buddy. Is your logon type set to anonymous?
     
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    How I do this for large file sets is I just zip the whole thing using standard ZIP/Fastest and name the archive as the destination folder. (must be .zip)

    Use MultiMan File Manager to extract :)
     

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