BPFTP Server is a powerful FTP Server for business, corporate or even home use. Both easy to use through a fully graphical control method and powerful with control over everything!
Version: 2019.0.0.50BPFTP Server is a powerful FTP Server for business, corporate or even home use. Both easy to use through a fully graphical control method and powerful with control over everything!
License: Free To Try $45.00
Operating System: Windows
BPFTP Server 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, Chat...
Version 2019.0.0.50: SUMMARY: Brute-Force Enchancements, IP Access/Deny UI, FTP:CMD:Rename:550 on FileDoesNotExist
Version 2019.0.0.49: SUMMARY: Brute-Force Enchancements, IP Access/Deny UI
Version 2018.0.0.48: SUMMARY: SFTP:Validate logins against user-account "login" value, allow keyboard entry of Public-Key, restrict ftp-account to only WRITE (no DIR-LIST)
Version 2018.0.0.47: SUMMARY: Tools->Check for Update fixed, SFTP:Generate Public/Private-Keys, SFTP:Memory Leak/Exception, FTP:Allow Rename to Overwrite Destination, Security Brute-Force/Anti-Hammer: Evil IPs remembered after restart
Version 2018.0.0.46: SUMMARY: SFTP:Generate Private/Public Key-Pair, updated installer for DLLs, hardened calls for diff Windows editions, better logging
Version 2018.0.0.43: SUMMARY: Added the ability to disable obsolete FTPS protocols (SSLv3, TLSv1.0/1.1)
Version 2018.0.0.42: SUMMARY: Fixed APPCRASH/Access Violation
Version 2018.0.0.41: SUMMARY: Multi-Homed IP, Logging Disk/Screen, User Banned-Files, OpenSSL Update, Deprecated Private P2P
Version 2018.0.0.40: SUMMARY: SFTP (SSH) is now supported in the "Secure FTP" edition, including FTPS (FTP over TLS/SSL). Additionally, the UI has been significantly streamlined in order to provide a WEB-UI in a later version.
Version 2017.2.0.38: Changes to disallow the auto-shutdown of the underlying FTP Server (plain-text) when a background-exception is raised