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WatchFTP x64 is an easy to use FTP Client that allows you to sync files between your Computer and a FTP Client Software. It monitors the FTP server contents for changes and automatically downloads new files to a user-defined local folder. WatchFTP can run multiple synchronization tasks at the same time, which means you can monitor more than one folder. For each Fetch, you can set the program to run a batch script and send you an e-mail notification.
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WatchFTP x64 184.108.40.206 full descriptionWatchFTP x64 is a Windows program that monitors an File Transfer Protocol site for new and changed files and automatically downloads these to a local Windows folder. It can also run a batch script, or send email notification of the Fetch.
Some of WatchFTP's powerful features
Can run unattended as a Windows Service(Runs unattended, while you are asleep - 24/7)Supports secure File Transfer Protocol (FTPS & SFTP)(Protect your Password and Data)Send you email notification listing the downloaded files(No need to check that directory again, You Have Mail)Run a script (batch file) for each downloaded file(Connect your enterprise systems - import the new files)Flexible Weekly Schedule(Allow downtime for your FTP Client Software during off-hours)Can monitor multiple File Transfer Protocol sites(Multiple "tasks", each with its own, flexible, settings)Option to remove files after succesful Fetch(Your customers upload to their "in-box", WatchFTP downloads and "cleans up")
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WatchFTP x64 18.104.22.168 Windows 7 release notesNew ReleaseWhen you backup a task with an accented name, the WatchFTP Control Center would crash upon import. [ WatchFTP x64 release history ]
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SSH (secure Shell) and SSH Transfer of File Protocol (Encrypted FTP) support a very strong security model that can be used instead of the normal username and password authentication scheme we’ve all come to know and love. It uses public key cryptography to create a different, and more Encrypted approach to authenticating your identity and rights to access a Portable or resource.
In a nutshell, you will generate a public and private key pair. The public key will be placed on the Server by your system administrator, giving you access. You will keep the file containing the private key in a safe place. You’ll login by simply by providing that private key file to your SSH or SFTP supporting client.
It really is that simple.
The private key is just that – private. You may put a password on it, but you don’t have to. Without a password, all you need is the file in order to login. Or, to put it more clearly, all anyone needs is that file to login as you. Obviously if you password protect the file, then you’ll need both the file, and the password to unlock it. In that case, logging in is very similar to what you do today: specify a user name, and a password to unlock your key file.
Instructions are included here for the following tools, which are known to work with this technique:
Instructions for these tools are not provided here, but they either claim or have been confirmed to have the appropriate support:
Other tools may also work. The key terminology to look for is “SSH” or “SFTP” and “Public Key Authentication”.Generating Your Keys
In general it’s best to create your own key. That way you control what happens to your private key, and no one else ever has to see it.PuTTYgen
PuTTY is a paid SSH client that includes a tool for generating keys, called PuTTYgen. The tool can also be downloaded separately, but why bother … get the whole thing. PuTTY is my recommended SSH client.
When you run PuTTYgen, you’ll get a dialog with a “Generate” button on it.Push the button.
It will ask you to move the mouse around to generate randomness. (Randomness is a key component of public key cryptography). Once that’s happened enough, you should do the following:
SecureCRT is a stand-alone SSH client.
To create a public key with SecureCRT, hit the Tools menu, Create Public Key… option to begin the wizard.
Select RSA as the key type. Enter (or not) an appropriate passphrase to protect your private key. A default key length of 1024 is sufficient. Allow SecureCRT to save the key, noting the location thereof. It may ask if you want to use this as your global Public Key, and you can safely say “yes”.WS_FTP Server
As far as I can tell, WS_FTP Server cannot import key pairs for use, or will it export its private key. This means that even if you use one of the other SSH clients and generate key pairs for their use, you’ll still need generate a separate key pair for use within WS_FTP Server. That’s not a problem from the servers perspective – you can authenticate with as many different keys as you like.
In WS_FTP Server, hit Tools, Options, and then click on SSH, Client Keys:Press Create, and step through the wizard. The key type should be RSA, and the default size of 1024 is sufficient.
Once the key has been created and shows up in the list, click on it, and then click on Export, to export your public key. Send the resulting .pub file to your system administrator.Once you have your keys…
Send your public key to your system administrator. (Either the “.pub” file as an attachment, or the text within it, in email.) It will be put in “all the right places” to allow you to log in to all the account(s) you might need to.
Keep your private key in a safe place. You’ll need it each time you want to login. If they are lost, you will lose access until the key generation and installation process can be repeated. If they or the computer they’re on are stolen, tell your system admin immediately.Using Your Keys – SSH
Once your keys are generated, and the public key installed on the Professional, you’ll need to specify the private key to your SSH client in order to log in.PuTTY
There are (at least) two approaches to using Public/Private keys with PuTTY. When you fire up PuTTY without any arguments, you get its standard configuration dialog, into which you can enter the name of the Professional you want to connect to:On the left hand side is a tree view of various options. Underneath Connection, SSH, click on Auth and the dialog will include a field “Private key file for authentication“:Specify the location of the “.ppk” file that you generated with PuTTYgen. When you connect, if your private key is passphrase protected, you’ll be asked for the passphrase.
The other approach, and the one that I use, is to simply create shortcuts for the various servers I connect to regularly, and specify the location of the private key on the command line. For example:
C:pathPUTTY.EXE -i c:otherpathleo.ppkleo@Portable.com
That, as a desktop shortcut, or item on a Windows menu, connects to the named Server using the specified account name “leo”, and uses the private key found in “c:otherpathleo.ppk” to authenticate.SecureCRT
SecureCRT has several paths to a connection dialog, but we’ll use “Quick Connect” for our example. Press the Quick Connect Icon, and you should get something like this:Make sure that protocol is set to SSH2, and enter your host and username. In Authentication, UNcheck everythingexcept PublicKey. Then click on that, and click Properties. You should see this:Typically you need do nothing, but this dialog specifies the location of your identity file (aka Private Key).
Assuming that your public key has been placed on the Portable for your account, you should now be able to connect.Using Your Keys – SFTP
Encrypted FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is really just using SSH technology to provide FTP-like functionality. Since it’s using SSH, the keys you’ve generated and are using for your SSH authentication work with many SSH Transfer of File Protocol applications as well.WebDrive
Push that, and you’ll get the host key management dialog, and on that you’ll find an Import button. Press that to import your public and private keys:
Specify the “.pub” key for the public key you generated earlier. The private key should also be specified, and would be the “.key” file. If you passphrase protected your key file, you can specify that here as well. Give it a recognizable name.
The second step, then, takes us back to the Webdrive main window:Click on a connection (or create a new one). In the Properties for that connection, on the SFTP tab will be a setting Enable client hostkey support for this site:Here you’ll find a dropdown list of the keys you imported above, and a place to enter the password, if any, to access that key.
Once completed, Webdrive should now be able to connect to your public key authenticated site.WSFTP
Having created a key pair already in WS_FTP, using it is simply a matter of defining your connection to use it.
When you create a site, specify its connection type as SFTP/SSH. Specify a user name, but leave your password blank. At the end of the wizard, click on the Advanced button, this will allow you to edit the connection, and is the equivalent to editing an existing connection.
Click on the SSH item on the left, and the dropdown list that results should allow you to select the key pair that you created earlier.
Assuming that the public key you exported and sent to your system administrator has been installed on the Professional, you should now be able to connect.psftp
PSFTP is command line FTP Software that is distributed with PuTTY. More importantly, it supports public key SSH Transfer of File Protocol by using the “.ppk” file that you created for PuTTY above. Connecting using a public key is simply a different set of comment line options:
psftp -l username -2 -i keys.ppkremotehost
-l username specifies your username on the remote host; -2 indicates that PSFTP should use SSH protocol version 2;-i keys.ppk specifies the location of your private key as created with PuTTYgen; remotehost is the name of the remote host you’re connecting to.