We've recently released CompleteFTP 9.0, and it has many enhancements and fixes that are explained in more detail below.
There's a new SSL/TLS attack called DROWN (Decrypting RSA with Obsolete and Weakened eNcryption).
Some of our customers may not be aware of how easy it is to run CompleteFTP on Amazon's EC2 cloud platform.
We've recently published some helpful videos demonstrating the various editions of CompleteFTP.
CompleteFTP is a secure Windows server that supports a number of file transfer protocols such as FTP, FTPS, SFTP, SCP and HTTP/S. During the last eight years, its regular release cycle means it has been continuously enhanced.
CompleteFTP customers will be pleased to know that CompleteFTP is very suitable for deployment in the cloud - we use it ourselves on Amazon AWS.
An earlier group of posts in this series covered the SSL/TLS protocol in detail. They neglected, however, to mention one of the most common uses of SSL/TLS - to implement a secure form of file transfer known as FTPS.
The most common subsystem available is SFTP, which provides commands to transfer and manipulate files.
The final piece of SSH-2's layered architecture is the connection layer, which provides network services
Another very commonly used authentication method is publickey authentication, which is based on public key encryption.