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I'm switching over to a new provider and I can't remember what I did on my old server to block browser FTP log in.

What I mean by browser log in, is that someone can go to a web browser and type "ftp://domain.com" and brute it if they'd like.

I am running CentOs 6 (64 Bit) with FTP server VSFTPD (User: Root)

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