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Re: "Potential Security Breach" - repedative

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"Potential Security Breach" - repedative

My Plex server died, so I rebuilt it. I'm transferring files over and winscp will not stop tossing out the exact same key. I click add, it comes back, I click update, it comes back. The MD5 is identical in every single one. I'm trying to transfer 1TB of files, and this is causing it to freeze until I click yet again.

How do I get this to stop?