Support for various protocols
SFTP server as a local disk
Extra protection on online connections with encryption feature
- Web services (FTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV)
- Cloud storages (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and more)
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Reveal hidden files
Variety of fonts & colors
Brief mode support
History and Favorites
As much tabs as needed
Practical items selection
Queuing file operations
Support for ZIP format
Built-in file viewer
List of Computers in local network
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Follow these simple steps to connect to SFTP and be able to handle files stored on the remote server with ease.
Install and open the app.
Launch the Connection Manager tab. To do this click the corresponding icon on the toolbar. As an option, you can use the Command+F hotkey or select Window → Connections Manager in the menu.
Select SFTP icon and specify the required settings:
- connection name
- address of the server
- port number, in our case - 22
- login credentials
- connection mode
- remote path
After everything is filed in, click the Connect button.
Frequently Asked Questions
Command to login to remote server using SFTP: sftp [email protected] _ipYou will be prompted for a password. Type it in and press Enter to login.
The difference between these two protocols can be found here:
FTP is a File Transfer Protocol. It does not provide a secure channel for transferring files between hosts. FTP is a TCP / IP protocol. FTP connection establishes a control connection on TCP port 21. FTP password and data are sent in plain text.
Whereas SFTP is a Secure file transfer protocol. It provides a secure channel for transferring files between hosts. SFTP is part of the SSH (Remote Login Application) protocol. It transfers the file over an SSH connection between the client and the server. SFTP encrypts data before sending.
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