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ftplib security support

Hello,

One simple question.Which security ftplib support,and how to I 'load'
these security to ftputil.
(Please don't give me security modules)

e.g.
ftp=FTPHost('my host','myuserna me','mypassword ',session_facto ry=ftplib.FTP)

is this example well? (for loading ftplib security to ftputil)


Thanks

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