My computer's system clock was set back and after that TurboFTP won't start and it says it detects the clock has been put backward.

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Article ID: 42
Created On: 30 Sep 2005 03:33 AM

Answer The program has built-in clock-back detection system to ensure that the system clock hasn't been set back in an attempt to bypass the program's license restrictions. If the user sets the clock to a date earlier than the present, it will not let the program run until the date is set to the present again. In case of triggering the clock-back detection system by accident, which is possible, please contact us for a special key to unlock the blocking. If you are a registered user and has a valid license key code you just have to start TurboFTP in command line as:

turboftp -REGISTER

and you will be given the chance to enter your key code to get the program registered again.