VanDyke SecureFX v126.96.36.1996 | Win32 |Size: 7.2 MB
SecureFX meets your evolving file transfer needs with a single application that lets you choose between SFTP using an encrypted SSH2 connection or FTP over SSL (TLS) for secure transfers, or standard FTP for nonsecure transfers. It has a simple Explorer-like interface, so it's easy to learn and use while offering powerful automation capabilities for unattended, secure file transfers.
SecureFX makes it easier than ever to perform secure file transfers, whether you use the drag-and-drop capabilities to transfer files by dragging or pasting to Windows Explorer and other applications or take advantage of SecureFX's automation features for unattended file transfers.
SecureFX 4.0 gives you an additional protocol option with its support for FTP over SSL, providing another secure option when transferring files to and from servers that only support SSL. An optional file transfer queue allows files to be queued and then transferred sequentially.
SecureFX 4.0 allows you to create a file transfer queue, then transfer the queued files sequentially.
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New for SecureFX 4.0
SSL support: Protocol support for FTP over SSL (TLS) gives you additional security when the remote machine only supports SSL, or when firewall settings prevent the use of SSH/SFTP.
Transfer queue: When connected to a host, you can now queue up files to be transferred. Transfers are done serially, preventing errors if the remote FTP server doesn't allow multiple connections.
Move files: Transfer and delete files in one step with the /Move flag in the SFXCL command-line utility. Drag-and-drop move is also supported by holding down the ALT key.
Improved HTTP proxy support: Proxy setup is simplified with support for unauthenticated and basic HTTP proxies.
Enhanced support for X.509 host keys: X.509 host key checking automatically accepts the host key if the certificate is valid.
* Enhanced drag and drop: SecureFX allows you to drag and drop (or copy and paste) files to and from Windows Explorer, the desktop, and other applications (e.g., WinZip), letting you transfer files more easily.
* Integration with SecureCRT®: SecureFX and SecureCRT can share the global options, session options, and the host key database so you only need to perform operations like setting application defaults, creating sessions, or accepting a server's host key once.
* Multi-file transfers: Support for resuming multiple-file transfers. All remaining files in the transfer list are completed after a broken connection is reestablished.
* Enhanced file permission tools: Ability to change permissions on multiple files at once has been added. When connected to VShell® for Windows version 2.2 or higher, the Properties dialog for the remote file or folder has a Security tab that allows ACL permissions to be viewed.
* FIPS 140-2 support: When the administrative option to run in "FIPS Mode" is set, SecureFX uses a FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic library and only allows FIPS-approved algorithms.