CuteFTP vs Dreamweaver remote source code problems

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by monounlimited, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. monounlimited macrumors newbie

    Mar 28, 2009

    I recently downloaded CuteFTP Pro for Mac to help overcome the huge Trojan issue that's around.

    I'd previously been using Dreamweaver and/or Fetch to upload files.

    All files uploaded fine using CuteFTP except one.

    It's bizarre - it's just a straight html page, created in Dreamweaver.

    Have a look at and view remote source code. This is the page when uploaded using Dreamweaver.

    When the exact same page is uploaded using CuteFTP Pro, have a look at the remote source code at

    In Safari, it appears that when using CuteFTP, it somehow replaces all the source code with ASCII letters. The source code is still fine locally.

    Haven't had this problem with any other html sites I've used CuteFTP to upload. Has anyone else experienced this problem? Understandably CuteFTP won't return calls because they'd be inundated with enquiries as they know they've got the only FTP client to fix this Trojan.

    Monique Lisbon
  2. angelwatt Moderator emeritus


    Aug 16, 2005
    That is and odd one. It looks familiar too, but can't remember anything specific. Does this happen with other FTP programs? I use Cyberduck personally.

    Hah, found it. Check this thread for some info.

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