This week, we are releasing CompleteFTP 22.1.1. In this post we explain the improvements in CompleteFTP since 22.0, which include some important security enhancements.
We've now released CompleteFTP 22.0 as a 64 bit Windows application. Please note that your firewall rules may need to be updated, as 64 bit application executables are located in a different directory to 32 bit executables on Windows.
CompleteFTP 21.1 has been released. It contains many improvements and fixes designed to make things easier for administrators.
The latest release of CompleteFTP significantly strengthens security by adding Two Factor Authentication (2FA) and account management.
TLS 1.0 and 1.1 are now formally deprecated and their use should be avoided.
We've just released edtFTPj/PRO 7.0, and have added ECDSA capabilities to SFTP/SSH. It now supports ECDSA key exchange algorithms, as well as support for ECDSA host keys and ECDSA user…
Further improvements and bug fixing. Find out about our latest update.
Update includes an upgrade to our SAML library and a fix to the Active Directory authenticator.
New release of CompleteFTP.
CompleteFTP now fully supports IPv6 for all protocols and we've added support for ECDSA keys in SSH/SFTP.
Our priority is to put the health of our staff first, ensuring they are fit and well in these very difficult circumstances. Fortunately, we have always been remote workers, and so there is little for us to adjust during this period of restrictions and lockdowns.