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Modified host * family genre, modified / peers / / vsftpd hosts access modifier / Modified host access refers to making changes to the hosts file in an operating system. The hosts file contains a list of IP addresses and their corresponding hostnames. This file is used to map hostnames to IP addresses, allowing computers to communicate with each other on a network. In a family or household setting, modified host access may refer to making changes to the hosts file on a shared computer or network to control access to certain websites or online content. This can be done by adding or removing entries in the hosts file to block or allow access to specific websites. In the context of peers and vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Daemon) hosts, access modifiers refer to permissions and settings that control access to the FTP server. These modifiers can restrict or grant access to certain folders, directories, and files on the server, as well as specify the type of FTP connections that are allowed. This allows for secure and controlled file transfers between connected peers.