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      When using WinSCP and FileZilla in SFTP, it uses Putty underneath. Putty sends messages ending with @putty.projects.tartarus.org.
      More documentation about the meaning of those names can be found at http://tartarus.org/~simon/putty-snapshots/htmldoc/AppendixF.html

      This patch accepts theses messages, otherwise a SSH_MSG_CHANNEL_FAILURE is sent to the client and the connection fails.
      There is no implementation based on thoses messages in the patch, it just accepts the requests but does not do anything specific about it.

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          Guillaume Nodet added a comment -

          Committing to https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/mina/sshd/trunk ...
          M sshd-core/src/main/java/org/apache/sshd/server/channel/ChannelSession.java
          Committed r939036

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          Patrick Dessalle added a comment -

          This patch helps server-side support for Putty-based SFTP clients (WinSCP, Filezilla, maybe more)

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          Patrick Dessalle added a comment - This patch helps server-side support for Putty-based SFTP clients (WinSCP, Filezilla, maybe more)
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          Patrick Dessalle added a comment -

          Accepts but ignore messages sent by putty (ending with @putty.projects.tartarus.org)

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          Patrick Dessalle added a comment - Accepts but ignore messages sent by putty (ending with @putty.projects.tartarus.org)

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            • Assignee:
              Guillaume Nodet
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              Patrick Dessalle
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