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It is the standard file transfer protocol for use with the SSH2 protocol.
This protocol assumes that it runs over a secure channel, such as a channel in [RFC4251], that the server has already authenticated the client, and that the identity of the client user is available to the protocol.
Even though this protocol is described in the context of the SSH2 protocol, this protocol is general and independent of the rest of the SSH2 protocol suite.
www.vandyke.com /technology/draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer.txt   (11541 words)

  
  SSH file transfer protocol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compared to the earlier SCP protocol, which allows only file transfers, the SFTP protocol allows for a range of operations on remote files - it is more like a remote file system protocol.
SFTP attempts to be more platform-independent than SCP; for instance, with SCP, the expansion of wildcards specified by the client was up to the server, whereas SFTP's design avoids this problem.
SFTP is most often used as subsystem of SSH protocol version 2 implementations, having been designed by the same working group.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/SSH_file_transfer_protocol   (474 words)

  
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Introduction This protocol provides secure file transfer (and more generally file system access.) It is designed so that it could be used to implement a secure remote file system service, as well as a secure file transfer service.
Use with the SSH Connection Protocol When used with the SSH2 Protocol suite, this protocol is intended to be used as a subsystem as described in [I-D.ietf-secsh-connect] in the section "Starting a Shell or a Command".
It is legal to write to an offset that extends beyond the end of the file; the semantics are to write the byte value 0x00 from the end of the file to the specified offset and then the data.
www.faqs.org /ftp/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer-08.txt   (14445 words)

  
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This protocol is designed so that it could be used to implement a secure remote file system service, as well as a secure file transfer service.
This protocol assumes that it runs over a secure channel, and that the server has already authenticated the user at the client end, and that the identity of the client user is externally available to the server implementation.
Opening, Creating, and Closing Files Files are opened and created using the SSH_FXP_OPEN message, whose data part is as follows: uint32 id string filename uint32 pflags ATTRS attrs The `id' field is the request identifier as for all requests.
lftp.yar.ru /draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer-00.txt   (5120 words)

  
 Ipswitch File Transfer - WS_FTP Server with SSH - Overview
WS_FTP Server with SSH is used to globally support millions of end users and to transfer billions of files and petabytes of data.
SSH is the world’s fastest-growing file transfer protocol.
Proven in stringent education and government/military environments, SSH is supported by most operating systems (including UNIX/Linux) and is firewall-friendly due to its use of a single port for uploading and downloading.
www.wsftp.com /products/ws_ftp_server   (492 words)

  
 FTPS (FTP over SSL) vs. SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol): what to choose
File transfer over the network using FTP protocol (defined by RFC 959 and later additions) takes roots in year 1980, when the first RFC for FTP protocol was published.
Version 1 of the SSH protocol is outdated, insecure and generally not recommended for use.
SFTP is a binary protocol, the latest version of which is standardized in RFC 4253.
www.eldos.com /sbb/sftp-ftps.net/ftps-vs-sftp.php   (1067 words)

  
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Network Working Group T. Ylonen Internet-Draft S. Lehtinen Expires: April 1, 2002 SSH Communications Security Corp October 2001 SSH File Transfer Protocol draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer-02.txt Status of this Memo This document is an Internet-Draft and is in full conformance with all provisions of Section 10 of RFC2026.
Use with the SSH Connection Protocol When used with the SSH2 Protocol suite, this protocol is intended to be used from the SSH Connection Protocol [5] as a subsystem, as described in section ``Starting a Shell or a Command''.
It is legal to write way beyond the end of the file; the semantics are to write zeroes from the end of the file to the specified offset and then the data.
www.openssh.org /txt/draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer-02.txt   (5608 words)

  
 Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia - SSH Protocol Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Though remote login is the primary use of SSH, the protocol can be used as a general purpose cryptographic tunnel, capable of copying files, encrypting email connections, and triggering remote execution of programs.
A ssh client, properly authenticated with a private key matching one of the authorized public keys, is allowed to login without supplying a password.
SSH supports generic tunneling, so it can be used to encrypt windowing system traffic, for example, operating X Windows over a encrypted session.
ie.activedomain.org /139.htm   (526 words)

  
 SSH File Transfer, SSH Secure File Transfer, CuteFTP, WS FTP, SHH   (Site not responding. Last check: )
SSH Secure File Transfer is the default program will you find available on all university computers.
Files located on your RCI space can be set with special “permissions,?which can be assigned (as numbers) via Secure File Transfer.
Secure File Transfer defaults the permission settings to new folder and files to ?00.?This means that only you, as the owner, will be able to see and make changes to the file, and you will only be able to do so through Secure File Transfer.
www.file-transfer.biz /ssh-file-transfer.htm   (2929 words)

  
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Use with the SSH Connection Protocol When used with the SSH2 Protocol suite, this protocol is intended to be used from the SSH Connection Protocol [7] as a subsystem, as described in section ``Starting a Shell or a Command''.
Expires June 18, 2003 [Page 16] Internet-Draft SSH File Transfer Protocol December 2002 uint32 id string filename [UTF-8] uint32 pflags ATTRS attrs The `id' field is the request identifier as for all requests.
Expires June 18, 2003 [Page 24] Internet-Draft SSH File Transfer Protocol December 2002 uint32 id string linkpath [UTF-8] string targetpath [UTF-8] where `id' is the request identifier, `linkpath' specifies the path name of the symlink to be created and `targetpath' specifies the target of the symlink.
www.ietf.org /proceedings/03jul/I-D/draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer-04.txt   (7699 words)

  
 SSH file transfer functionality with Secure Network Gateway
The SSH File Transfer Protocol, also known as SFTP, is a unique protocol and not merely conducting FTP over SSH as many believe.
Because of this common mistake, and the confusion between the SSH based SFTP and the Simple File Transfer Protocol, it is quite easy to believe that your data communications system is equipped to handle SFTP when it is not.
It is managed file transfer software designed to take care all of your data communication needs and is easily used in industry with specific secure data communications needs such as banking.
www.momsys.com /SSHFileTransfer.aspx   (330 words)

  
 WinSCP 3.7.5 - Freeware SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) and SCP (Secure CoPy) client for...
SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol, also called Secure File Transfer Protocol) is a specialized protocol for secure file transfer over SSH channel.
SFTP is integral part of SSH 2 family of protocols and is supported by SSH servers.
Red Drive is a free file transfer extension that integrates with your Windows Explorer environment allowing you to drag, drop, open and edit files on remote servers without launching a separate file transfer client.
www.filetransit.com /view.php?id=16696   (551 words)

  
 Transfer, Protocol: file transfer : FTP   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Transfer Protocol () was one of the first efforts to create a standard...
Transfer utilitiesFile utilitiesUNIX provides utilities for transferring anddirectories from one host to another.Look at the section on "Preparing for "before going on to use the utilities.Preparing for transferCopying files between hostsTransferring...
Examining the File queueExamining the queueTo examine how your transfers are progressing in thequeue, use the command: hhqThis prints a summary of the status.
www.9-computers.us /transfer_file.htm   (839 words)

  
 gnute.com | Gnute | Ftps | File Transfer | File Transfer Protocol   (Site not responding. Last check: )
About File Transfer Protocol   One of the oldest Internet protocols still in use today is the File Transfer Protocol, known as FTP, which was first developed in 1971.  FTP, a standard Internet...
About FTP (File Transfer Protocol) One of the oldest Internet protocols still in use today is the File Transfer Protocol, known as FTP.
File Transfer Protocol CuteFTP Download the latest version of Cute FTP 3.015 A very easy to use Ftp Program that contains many...
gnute.com /file-transfer-protocol.htm   (285 words)

  
 JSch -- Java Secure Channel
SSH2 protocol has been standardized on IETF Secure Shell working group and drafts related to SSH2 protocol are available on the web.
In port forwarding, as with the -L option of ssh command, you have to assign and open a local TCP port but that port is also accessible by crackers on the localhost.
For example, in X11 forwarding session, the packet compression for data stream from sshd to ssh client will save the network traffic, but usually the traffic from ssh client to sshd is light, so by omitting the compression for this direction, you may be able to save some CPU time.
www.jcraft.com /jsch   (1010 words)

  
 The SSH Protocol
Documented in the RFC file from the SSH1 distribution, this version of the protocol is obsolete, but still in wide use for historical reasons.
It defines an SSH user authentication method which uses a specified GSSAPI mechanism to authenticate a user, and a family of SSH key exchange methods which use GSSAPI to authenticate the Diffie-Hellman exchange described in [SSH-TRANSPORT].
It is the standard file transfer protocol for use with the Secure Shell Remote Login Protocol.
www.snailbook.com /protocols.html   (420 words)

  
 SSH Communications Security
A new version of the leading secure file transfer and end-to-end communications solution for IBM mainframes is available.
June 3, 2008 SSH and SDS Deliver Secure File Transfer and FTP...
Learn how SSH Tectia can help you comply with the key PCI Data Security Standards requirements related to cardholder data transmission.
www.ssh.com   (113 words)

  
 The page cannot be found   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Click the Back button to try another link.
HTTP Error 404 - File or directory not found.
Go to Microsoft Product Support Services and perform a title search for the words HTTP and 404.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/ss/ssh_file_transfer_protoco...   (121 words)

  
 SSH - Secure File Transfer Protocol
SSH Secure Shell Client for the PC Download the Secure Shell software for the PC
You simply browse through the files and folders on the local side to find the files you want to upload to the Web.
To move files from the remote side, click and drag from remote to local.
academics.georgiasouthern.edu /cet/ssh/ssh.html   (461 words)

  
 Automate SFTP, Secure file transfer protocol, automate secure FTP, ssh2,scheduling, secure shell client,
Simple User Interface helps you transfer files interactively; but the Goal is to let you create advanced automated SFTP and FTP tasks.
It can detect file size, total number of files, file modification dates and trigger other tasks, if required.
JaSFtp is a SFTP - secure file transfer protocol for small businesses as well as for large companies.
www.hiteksoftware.com /jasf/sftp-secure-file-transfer.htm   (316 words)

  
 Ssh File Transfer Protocol - Transfer Central   (Site not responding. Last check: )
… the FTP protocol requires creating separate TCP connections for the files to be … (see Appendices) instead of FTP forwarding to secure file transfers.
SFTP is the replacement for the old and insecure File Transfer Protocol (FTP), …;
… for moving files between a PC and a server: FTP - the file transfer protocol.
www.sos-deplacement.net /ssh-file-transfer-protocol.html   (431 words)

  
 File Transfer Protocol – Wikipedia
Eine Alternative ist auch FTP über SSH zu tunneln (Secure File Transfer Protocol).
Mit SSH File Transfer Protocol bietet SSH allerdings auch ein eigenes Protokoll für Dateiverwaltung und -übertragung.
Port (Protokoll) Auflistung der Ports und der zugehörigen Protokolle (unter anderem auch FTP)
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/File_Transfer_Protocol   (686 words)

  
 Secure file transfer protocol, automate sftp client,  secure ftp scheduling
Secure file transfer protocol, automate sftp client, secure ftp scheduling
Schedule ftp of files between your PC and the server, and automatically rename the files based on current month, day or time, if needed.
JaSFtp is a secure file transfer protocol (sftp client) for small businesses as well as for large companies.
www.hiteksoftware.com /jasf   (273 words)

  
 File transfer protocol
The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a part of the Internet protocol suite that is able to transfer computer files between machines with widely different operating systems.
It is an 8-bit protocol, capable of handling any type of file without further processing such as MIME or UUEncode.
They are asked to send their email addresses as their passwords, but there is no verification.
www.php-include.com /FTP.php   (279 words)

  
 SSH file transfer protocol
SSH File Transfer Protocol, or SFTP, a protocol, allowing to transfer files over the Internet employing SSH-2 protocol.
It is based on the RCP protocol, which employed SSH (Secure Shell) protocol, which did not provide file transfer functionality.
File Backup - back up individual files and folders stored in local, LAN and FTP locations
www.handybackup.net /backup_terms/ssh_file_transfer_protocol.shtml   (227 words)

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