FTP Session Control - This feature displays information about and gives you control over who is connected to your account via FTP.

For cPanel versions 11.25/26

This function displays general information about who is logged into your FTP server. This information includes the account name, IP address, login time, current status, and process ID of the current user.

To disconnect users from an FTP session:

  • Click the Disconnect button corresponding to the account you wish to disconnect.
  • This should be used when you suspect malicious activity from a user, or if the user is idle.
You can use the Reload button to refresh the list of FTP sessions, to see if any other users have logged onto your FTP server since you last viewed the list.
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