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Re: I have the same issue with 5.7.5

The same answer: please attach a log file.

I have the same issue with 5.7.5

Anything you did to fix the issue? It also errors when deleting remote files with a future date, as a permission denied error, even though files have 777 permissions.

Re: Date time for files of remote host not correct

You have posted two same screenshots (from 5.7.1).

Also, please attach a full log file from both version of WinSCP.

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Date time for files of remote host not correct

After upgrading to WinSCP 5.7.1(Build 5235) the date time of files in remote pane is shown in correct. The date is shown of some future date.
Previously I was using WinSCP 5.5.5 and every this was working fine.
Version of Microsoft Windows 8 version 6.3 (Build 9600).
Transfer protocol - FTP
GUI interface style: Explorer
Version on Server (remote host): Ubuntu 12.0 (with no internet connection)