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FTP, FTP/S, and SFTP are common acronyms, but did you know that there are some significant differences among them? Notably, FTP in its basic form is not secure. FTP/S takes the security up a step in that it allows you to secure all or part of a session (at the cost of speed). SFTP is…

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SFTP is a protocol for transferring files securely—or, more simply put, a way to transfer files between machines over a secure connection. SFTP, which stands for SSH (or Secure) File Transfer Protocol, was developed in the 1990s, and is natively secure so that if you send confidential data, it can’t be intercepted.   What is…

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In the simplest of definitions, an FTP Server (which stands for File Transfer Protocol Server) is a software application which enables the transfer of files from one computer to another. FTP is a way to transfer files to any computer in the world that is connected to the internet. But what does all of this…

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SFTP Server Security Best Practices Keeping your corporate servers safe is a constant concern for IT professionals. Typically, the first step in SFTP Server security is choosing a secure protocol such as FTP/S or SFTP. Sometimes, that’s not possible, so what other security measures can you take? The most important thing to focus on is…

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