> I have project to code special FTPS server that don't need the server to 
> send
> Public key to client but get this key from hard coded
> maybe in string or streaming inside client program and after the client is
> recognized like one trusted client then gave access to his directory
> 1) client connects using TCP/IP
> 2) Client says HELLO or whatever using public certificate without 
> negotiating certificates with server
> 3) client authenticates using encrypted SSL, client send his internal 
> certificate to server to be reconized
> any idea how I do this

You'd better design your own protocol instead of trying to tweak FTPS.

btw: What is the rationale behind your idea ? I don't understand clearly the 
benefits. And I see very well what could be the pitfall: the so called "man 
in the middle" attack.

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The author of the freeware Internet Component Suite (ICS)

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