EnterpriseDT Security Blog

Our business is information security, and so we blog on a variety of topics in this area. We often comment on the security aspects of current affairs, as well as providing technical discussion on cryptography and related areas such as privacy. We are particularly interested in secure protocols such as SSL/TLS and SSH. Our flagship product is CompleteFTP, a Windows server supporting FTPS, SFTP, SCP and HTTPS, all of which are reliant on SSH and SSL/TLS.

Activating CompleteFTP Free

CompleteFTP Free Edition will remain fully operational for 30 days from installation without being activated.  Activating CompleteFTP Free costs nothing and requires only a valid e-mail address.

To activate open CompleteFTP Manager, select the Licensing tab and click the ‘Activate Free Edition’ link:


Switching from CompleteFTP trial to CompleteFTP Free Edition

The CompleteFTP 30-day trial can be switched to CompleteFTP Free Edition very easily. First, select the Licensing tab:


Then click ‘Switch to other edition’ to show the following dialog box:


Now select ‘Free’ […]

Australian census fail

We outlined numerous privacy concerns with the 2016 Australian census recently.  These concerns included the change to compulsory names and addresses, and the potential problems with online collection of highly personal data. Last night was census night, 9 August 2016, and we saw the Australian census fail.

In fact, […]

Privacy concerns with Australian census


There are serious privacy concerns with the forthcoming Australian census.

The Australian Census is Australia’s biggest survey. Conducted every five years by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), it asks a range of questions of all 10 million households and 24 million people. […]