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I have found a few apps in the App Store that claim to be both an FTP client and server. That means you can run a server on an iPhone, connect to it from a Mac, transfer files to my phone, and then to a remote server (or vice versa). This would greatly simplify the process. The apps are: FTP On The Go Pro Easy FTP Pro FilesConnect FTPManager iStorage 2 ...


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If you're concerned about Wifi cracking, you can disable Wifi on your phone. Hotspot will prompt you if you'd like to turn it on or not, but if you leave it off, tethering will only function over USB or Bluetooth. The opportunity and ability to crack Bluetooth is significantly harder. USB is quite easy if you leave your computer unattended. Difficult ...


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If you've password protected the network, the only worry you should have is battery life on the phone providing the hotspot. You could also use a password with more entropy bits, but which is easier to remember. I would hazard a guess that not many folks are actively trying to crack random personal hotspots on the tube, walking around the park, grabbing an ...



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