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One reason for the lack of posts recently has been that I have written a how-to on securing WebDAV with SSL and two-factor authentication. Dealing with WebDAV was more of a pain than I anticipated. First, there seems to be a bug in recent versions of apache that breaks mod_auth_radius and mod_auth_xradis. Second, I spent a lot of time figuring out the ways that WebDAV does not work on Windows ;).

I did get it working though and I think that WebDAV is a great replacement for SFTP or FTP, especially for cross-enterprise needs. WebDAV works through port 443, which is always open on firewalls, where SSH's port 22 may often be blocked.

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