Trivial File Transfer Protocol

Trivial File Transfer Protocol
   Abbreviated TFTP. A little-used and simplified version of the TCP/IP file transfer protocol that does not include password protection. Because it has no security associated with it, most system administrators do not support its use and recommend File Transfer Protocol instead.
   See also File Transfer Protocol.

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