SecureFX lets you choose standard FTP or secure data transfer with FTP over an encrypted SSH2 connection. It has a simple Explorer-like interface, so it's easy to learn and use. One Client for Standard and Secure File Transfer - If your company network, ISP or web host supports SSH2, you can create a fully encrypted FTP session using SecureFX.
Reviewing 6.5 Beta 2 (Oct 17, 2009)
Beautiful integration and connection sharing with SecureCRT. I've used this in the bundle for years. It's powerful and scriptable. Makes repetitive jobs a breeze, and cross platform secure transfers easy.
Reviewing 4.0.1 (Nov 16, 2006)
I don't understand the raison d'etre of this program. If there's an SSH daemon running, then WinSCP (a free product) is a beautiful GUI that supports secure transfer with full drag/drop capability etc.
Reviewing 4.0 Beta 3 (Sep 22, 2006)
Crashes with this latest beta left me falling back to SecureFX 220.127.116.11. If the stellar VanDyke development history has anything to say about itself, it says that the next stable release of 4.x will be every bit as solid, stable and fast as its predecessors, if not more so. Three stars out of five for throwing errors in use while 18.104.22.168 has offered up nary a hiccup.
Reviewing 3.0 Beta 7 (Jun 9, 2005)
This is a nice FTP client, but still lacks some important features. Would love to see some tools to help web developers such as queueing, a robust sync tool with time syncing, scripting, etc. Still a way to go to beat FTP Voyager (+ Serv-U combo) IMHO. Would be cool if they developed their own secure ftp server to compliment SecureFX's features and extend them. Still though, it's VERY usable and solid. VanDyke has always done a great job releasing well-tested apps.
Reviewing 2.2.2 (Mar 3, 2004)
Finally, The BEST!
No one more FTP soft can compare to this in corporate enviroment. Maybe CuteFTP PRO, but crashes never ends in any version.
Custom data location, standard corporate interface, stable secure. In this strange world first and one FTP soft, others simply does not exist or for childrens play.
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