SFTP / SCP / SSH
SSH and SFTP are solidly supported in the Standard, Professional, and Enterprise Editions of CompleteFTP.
In today’s world, secure transfers and the ability to conduct business in a shielded environment is essential to safeguarding your business or personal affairs. CompleteFTP excels in ensuring that you are protected, by offering the gold standard of secure file transfer methods, SSH. SSH or ‘Secure Shell’ is the underlying protocol behind SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol), SCP (Secure Copy), SSH Terminal, and SSH forwarding.
From our entry-level Standard edition, which supports SFTP, to our Professional and Enterprise Editions which support SFTP, SCP, SSH terminal, and SSH forwarding, SSH plays a major role in underpinning our product.
CompleteFTP enhances your use of SSH
With the use of cryptographically secure keys, it is an incredibly secure way of transferring or receiving sensitive and/or personal data. It is generally faster than it’s FTPS cousin and cooperates far better with firewalls.
If security, encryption, and first-class file transfer ratings are your aim, then this should definitely be included in your file transfer toolbox. Businesses such as banking and finance would use no other, due to it’s deserved reputation.
CompleteFTP enhances your use of SSH with it’s easy to use, user-friendly GUI (graphical user interface). Our step-by-step guide helps those new to SSH and describes how to set up new public keys, an essential component of SSH. SFTP can be enabled according to user privileges in the user properties tab, and there is also a site-wide SFTP configuration allowing admin to set things according to your organization’s preferences or if you are using it at home, just set it according to your personal requirements.
- Multiprotocol gateway
- Unlimited Windows and non-Windows users in all editions
- Windows domain Active Directory (AD) users
- Authentication via an external database
- SSO Single Sign On (SAML)
- Expiration of user accounts
- Folder tree listings (aka recursive directory listings)
- Authenticators via custom .NET extensions