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Download Core FTP LE 2.2 (Build 1893)

Core FTP LE 2.2 (Build 1893)

Von Core FTP  (Freeware)

Core FTP LE - free Windows software that includes the client FTP features you need. Features like SFTP (SSH), SSL, TLS, IDN, browser integration, site to site transfers, FTP transfer resume, drag and drop support, file viewing & editing, firewall support, custom commands, FTP URL parsing, command line transfers, filters, and much, much more!

This free, secure FTP client gives you a fast, easy, reliable way to update and maintain your website via FTP. It also provides a secure method (via SSL, TLS, or SFTP) to upload / download files to and from FTP servers.

There are no popup ads, advertising or spyware and you're never asked or reminded to register.

With Core FTP Pro, now you can:

  • Encrypt and decrypt files to servers using the latest encryption methods.
  • Schedule ftp transfers (unattended) without additional services.
  • IBM Information Exchange support with command line updates.
  • Email notification, external program execution, & Ping/TraceRoute included.
  • View thumbnails images of remote directories (in 4 different sizes).
  • Zip support - Compress, password protect, and backup to FTP securely.
Titel: Core FTP LE 2.2 (Build 1893)
Dateiname: coreftplite.exe
Dateigröße: 4.76MB (4,988,644 Bytes)
Anforderungen: Windows (Alle Versionen)
Sprachen: Mehrere Sprachen
Lizenz: Freeware
Datum hinzugefügt: 5 Mai 2017
Autor: Core FTP
Homepage: www.coreftp.com
MD5-Prüfsumme: A895CBBE42FD61EEEC7B5EFF71B13DC5

OpenSSL upload speed improvements.
OpenSSL detect session reuse added.
OpenSSL security level option added (High crypto).
Windows SSL security level option added (High crypto).
Race condition with Windows SSL / session reuse fixed.
32-bit MSI installer SFTP module fixes.
"High Crypto" is off by default for OpenSSL which allows connections to "Medium" level security servers (SSLv3/RC4/MD5). Since v1.0.x this was not enabled and may have resulted in the inability to connect to servers.

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