The original cloud service “FTP” is on the radar of many hackers. The FBI sent out an alert to medical and dental entities warning them to secure their FTP servers. Hackers are trying to access protected health information (PHI) and personal identifiable information (PII) through FTP. Research has shown that there are over 700K exposed FTP servers on the internet. Before the days of Dropbox, Google drive and Onedrive people would use the File transfer protocol (FTP) to move or copy data from pc’s to servers or vice versa. Now with cybercrimes at an all-time high this once useful feature is a backdoor to store malware and launch DDoS attacks.