FTP

FTP

FTP Server

FTP server may refer to the physical machine where data is stored, but it is commonly used for the software application that enables the exchange of files via the File Transfer Protocol. The FTP uses the client-server model to enable the exchange of files over the...

Web FTP

Web FTP or Online FTPrefers to manipulating and operating with files over the FTP protocol in an online environment. More precisely, when it’s done in a web browser, rather than a dedicated desktop FTP client. This approach has several advantages. For example, if you...

FTP Port

FTP by definition uses the TCP transport protocol exclusively and doesn’t use the UDP for its transport purposes. Usually, an application layer protocol will use one or the other. One important exception of that rule is DNS or Domain Name System. FTP also is kind of...

FTP Client Software

The FTP client software is just like every other software application on your computer. It’s installed in the same way, easy to configure and has a user-friendly graphic interface. The purpose of the FTP client is to give you straightforward and fast access to your...

FTP Over SSH

SSH (Secure Shell) is a standard protocol that provides encrypted data transmission over a network. To use SSH you need SSH client that can communicate with SSH servers. The protocol has two key modifications: SSH-1 and SSH-2. SSH enables secure file transfer (via...

SFTP

FTP is an old protocol that isn’t designed for secure data transfer and is very vulnerable to attacks. For that reason, other, “safe” versions of the protocol are eventually created, along with new protocols. One of them is the SFTP (SSH File Transfer...

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