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Even with this MS update, consider that the Telnet protocol is known to be unsecure, but it is advisable to go ahead and install this update anyway to close the Telnet vulnerability cited by Microsoft.

The better alternative is to use a secure shell, SSH protocol, for example PuTTY is one such client for Win32 - don't know if there is a PuTTY for Win64 though. PuTTY has remote file copying support.

SSH is a much more secure protocol to use than Telnet protocol.

-- Tom
 
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