How to change proftp FTP password from SSH shell
Today I have got a request from a client that has a server with no control panel on it to change one ftp password. Server is using proftpd as it’s ftp server. This is really easy task to do if proftp is setup by default and uses /etc/passwd for storing it’s passwords.
If you know username all you need to do is type in
(replace USERNAME with actual username), enter new password two times and you’re done.
If you however don’t know the username (and that can happen too) you can open /etc/passwd file and try and locate it in there.
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