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The default FTP user is "anonymous", with a blank password. This allows most FTP applications to log in without prompting for credentials.
 
The default FTP user is "anonymous", with a blank password. This allows most FTP applications to log in without prompting for credentials.
  
You can input a user name and a password to guard the FTP server against unauthorized access, in case you don't trust other users on your local network.
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You can input a user name and a password to guard the FTP server against unauthorized access, in case you don't trust other users of your local network.
  
 
== Security ==
 
== Security ==
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=== Android ===
 
=== Android ===
Android does not let foobar2000 use port 21 which is the default for FTP connections. Port 2100 is used by default instead.
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Android does not let foobar2000 take port 21 which is the default for FTP connections. Port 2100 is used by default instead.
  
 
=== Windows ===
 
=== Windows ===
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== References ==
 
== References ==
Standalone version of foobar2000 mobile FTP server is available as a Windows command-line tool: [https://perkele.cc/software/PPFTPD PPFTPD].
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Standalone version of foobar2000 mobile FTP server is available as a Windows command-line app: [https://perkele.cc/software/PPFTPD PPFTPD].

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