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How to trigger mobile notifications directly from CompleteFTP by using Notify17?

CompleteFTP is packed with features that help you easily integrate secure file transfer into your business processes. CompleteFTP is able to send email notifications to users of important events, such as user logins, file uploads and certificate expirations. But what if your email is inaccessible or if your inbox is so full that you […]

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By |November 4th, 2019
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GCM ciphers added to TLS

We’ve just released CompleteFTP 12.1.2, and it includes GCM (Galois Counter Mode) ciphers for TLS. GCM ciphers are beginning to be widely adopted because they are more efficient and more secure than the CBC equivalents. It is available for download now.

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By |August 20th, 2019
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SyncBack Integration

SyncBack Pro/SE (v9+) now backs up faster to CompleteFTP than other FTP/SFTP servers. It does this by taking advantage of the folder-tree (a.k.a. recursive) listings feature introduced in CompleteFTP 12.1. Other servers require SyncBack to download a separate listing for each folder in a folder-tree, which is time-consuming, but CompleteFTP is […]

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By |August 12th, 2019
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CompleteFTP 12.0 released

We have just released CompleteFTP 12.0, and it is available now for current customers to download and install. For customers whose support agreement has expired, please contact us to ask for a renewal quote. We recommend keeping up-to-date if possible, as most releases include important bug fixes, including security patches.

12.0 is a substantial release […]

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By |December 11th, 2018
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Configuring active directory groups

We were recently asked by a user if CompleteFTP could treat active directory groups like users, so that each group has its own home directory and associated settings.

Yes, this can be done by adding new authenticators – configurable plugins.  Currently, Windows users when they login without being explicitly set up in CompleteFTP are subject […]

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By |May 10th, 2018
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CompleteFTP 11.0 is out now!

We’ve just released CompleteFTP 11.0.

There’s quite a few fixes and minor features added (see the revision history), but there’s two important new enterprise features described below.
Encryption at rest
If CompleteFTP’s new encryption at rest feature is enabled for a particular user, all files transferred to the server as that user will be automatically encrypted as they […]

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By |March 14th, 2018
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CompleteFTP clustering basics

Clustering is when a group of several servers work together to accomplish a task or function, appearing as a single unit to clients.  The primary purpose is to provide resilience – a server in the cluster may fail but clients should ideally not even be aware of it.

The CompleteFTP User Guide has a useful section […]

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By |November 16th, 2017
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Modifying folder paths in CompleteFTP

A CompleteFTP user recently asked us about an easy way to change lots of folder paths. They are moving all their folders in CompleteFTP to a different location. They have far too many folders to update the paths one by one in the manager application.

Fortunately, there is an easier way.

All of CompleteFTP’s configuration data […]

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By |November 4th, 2017
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How to enable long filenames in CompleteFTP

Windows has restricted the length of filenames to 26o characters for many years. For most CompleteFTP users, this isn’t an issue, but occasionally other applications generate ridiculously long filenames that they then need to send to CompleteFTP.

With Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016, this restriction finally has a workaround (although it is not the […]

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By |October 5th, 2017
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How secure is SFTP?

SFTP and SSH
SFTP is a network protocol for transferring files securely over a computer network. Its full name is the SSH File Transfer Protocol, and as it implies, SFTP is a set of commands that runs over another protocol known as SSH, or Secure Shell.

SSH is what provides SFTP with its security, and so […]

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By |October 3rd, 2017
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