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SecureFX 8.1.3

SecureFX 8.1.3

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Reviewed by Gabriel Cojocaru on 8 Mar 2014 - Version tested: 7.2.1

"Secure file transfer (SFTP,SCP,FTP/TLS,FTP)"

Transferring files online has been one of the main reasons Internet has been invented. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) was in fact one of the main protocols ever created. Things have evolved since then however, and now file transfer has become more complex while it takes into account better security or the fact that sometimes transfers are interrupted.

Here are the key benefits for using SecureFX:

  • You’ll be able to connect and transfer files via legacy FTP, SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol), SCP, SSH and other protocols that rely on SSL for encryption
  • The interface is extremely easy to understand & use
  • You can resume transfers that have been interrupted (particularly useful when you’re downloading or uploading either a large number of files or big files)
  • Drag & drop files from one pane to another, that’s how easy it is
  • Synchronize data between two folders (if you want to mirror or create backups)
  • If the connection or transfer fails, SecureFX will try to correct it automatically
  • You don’t have to worry about security, the SSL protocol guarantees no privy eyes will see the communication between your station and the FTP server

Install SecureFX if you need a robust file transfer program that relies on FTP or SFTP (and additional secure protocols).

Requirements: 486-based PC, 16 MB RAM, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later

What's new in this version: SecureFX 8.1 updates the UI and improves smart card support (PIV/CAV) for Mac and Linux platforms. Server-to-server synchronization allows file synchronization on two remote systems. “Synchronize File Browsing” allows navigation of local and remote folders that have the same directory structure.

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Download3K did not scan SecureFX for viruses, adware, spyware or other badware. For your own safety, we recommend that you always have an antivirus, with virus definitions up to date, installed on your computer when downloading and installing programs from the web.

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