BPFTP Server is an FTP Server which has all RFC-959 features plus many other options, such as resuming upload / download, viewing server activity in real time, ban, kick, anti hammering, ratio, quota groups management, event manager, real time statistics generator, top 10 user, virtual directories, and Chat.
Reviewing 2011.1.0.70 (Aug 27, 2011)
Bulletproof FTP server and client based on Filezilla FTP server and client, which are free. http://filezilla-project.org/
Reviewing 2011.1.0.63 (Jun 14, 2011)
I'm not sure why kashin, is hating on BPFTP so much.
I've been using it for the last decade and enjoy it a lot.
The competitors in its market price range are not any better, and those others still lack in some features BPFTP has had for a decade.
I love it as long as it runs.
I love that You can import the setting configs if you have to reinstall the OS or if you want to use it on another PC, just copy the installed directory files over and install on top of it.
Reviewing 2010.1.0.43 (Feb 10, 2010)
Man, I remember when BPFTP Server used to be great. Now it's a disgusting piece of garbage, complete with gigantic ugly buttons and endless expanding menus. The guy who writes this rubbish actually made a comment on this forum to brag about how great his software is and how he's been writing it for over 10 years. You'd think that after 10 years of coding, he'd at least know how to alpha blend his gigantic buttons and come up with a decent configuration layout that doesn't make people want to vomit.
Reviewing 184.108.40.206 Beta (Apr 22, 2008)
There are no problems with BPFTP Server and files over 2 GB. I just emailed them about the problem, they said it was fixed a "while ago". In my testing just now with a 4 GB video file it worked perfectly in resuming.
Reviewing 220.127.116.11 Beta (Jun 8, 2007)
I just wanted to try to steer people clear of BulletProof. We purchased their BulletProof Server which is advertised as standards compliant.
Our clients were complaining of problems with downloads being corrupted. After 2 months trying to figure out what was wrong we discovered that the problem was with the BulletProof Server and larger files.
We contacted BulletProof and they indicated their 'fully standards compliant' FTP server didn't support files larger than 2.1GB
We asked for our money back all the way up to the owner of the company. He refused the refund even though it was only $39.
Surprising that a company would be unwilling to refund such a small amount of money when they have a huge, unadvertised flaw that corrupts data in transferred files.
Just wanted to let you know that you're really taking your chances if you use a BulletProof product.
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