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Whether you have basic file transfer needs or require more sophisticated capabilities, deployment flexibility, security features, or failover functionality to ensure high availability, WS_FTP Server is the right solution for any business objective.

 

Highest Levels of Security


FIPS 140-2 Validated Cryptography
Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) approved and validated cryptography up to and including 256-bit AES encryption over SSL, SSH, and SCP2 protocols. More on FIPS compliance >>


256-bit AES encryption
With leading 256-bit encryption over SSL and SSH (SFTP and SCP2) connections delivers unrivaled encryption strength.


SSH Transfers
Transfer files over SSH protocol, which is firewall-friendly (uses a single port), supports inline compression for optimized file transfers, and maintains data encryption on all connections all the time.


Secure Copy (SCP2) - Available in WS_FTP Corporate only.
Secure Copy enables secure file transfers using product supporting the Secure Shell (SSH2) protocol, such as PuTTY and OpenSSH, and provides easy interoperability with Linux and Unix systems.


File Integrity
Guarantee uncompromised delivery with file integrity checking up to SHA-512. Works optimally with WS_FTP Professional.


Anti-Hammering
Identify, log and automatically block IP addresses and subnets that attempt consecutive failed logon attempts.


SSH Key Management
SSH user keys can be imported and exported to and from Windows, Unix, and Linux systems.


Configure Email Notifications for SMTP Server Authentication
Easily configure business rules to automatically authenticate and send email notifications when specified file transfer or server events occur. Email notifications can be configured to enable SMTP server authentication if required by the mail server.


Force Secure Client-Server Connections
Administrators can require encrypted SSH or SSL client-server connections. Ability to force all clients to connect at SSH, SSL v3 or TLS 1.0 or higher.


SSL Certificate Support
The WS_FTP Server Trusted Authorities database now supports SSL certificate chains containing either the full chain or just the peer level certificate.


SSH Listener Option
Support for suppressing the SSH protocol name and version from being displayed on the login banner, preventing users from attempting malicious actions on the SSH server based on protocol name and version.


Stronger Password Policies
Include auto-expiring passwords and guidelines for strong password creation that require users to reset their password at any time on an ongoing basis.


Concealed Server Details
Hide logon banner to conceal server details.


Login Authentication Encryption
All client-server connections are encrypted when using SSH or SSL protocol. FTP connections are also encrypted between WS_FTP Server and WS_FTP Professional.


Digital Certificate Management
SSL certificates and SSH keys can be used for creating, importing, and exporting. Global SSL certificates and a Trusted Authorities database can be created on a per-host basis.


Mutual Authentication
Mutual authentication of server and connecting file transfer clients.


Exceed Compliance Regulations
Be compliant with government regulations such as HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, PCI DSS, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, BASEL II, and J-SOX.


Industry-Standard Algorithms
Industry-standard and FIPS-compliant algorithms for encryption, hashing, and signing.


Digitally Signed Application from Trusted Certificate Authority
Digital signature from Trusted Certificate Authority authenticates Ipswitch as the developer of WS_FTP software, assures the integrity of the application, and proves that nobody has tampered with or changed the software in any way.

 

Powerful Administrator Tools


External Authentication
Support for LDAP (Microsoft Active Directory, Novell eDirectory and OpenLDAP) authentication with failover, as well as Active Directory, NT or an ODBC database.


Powerful LDAP Queries
Enhanced LDAP support enables administrators to utilize larger and more advanced queries into their Active Directory and LDAP authentication database.


Additional Notification Variables
Four new variables (TransferType, ClientIPAddress, HostName, and FileSize) available for dynamic insertion in notification messages. For example, the IP address of a malicious end user can now be included in notifications to the server administrator alerting of a Denial of Service (DOS) attack.


Operating System Support
WS_FTP Server runs on Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 (32-bit) and Windows Server 2008 (32-bit and 64-bit).


Virtualization with VMware ESX
Support for virtual servers running on VMware ESX and Microsoft Hyper-V platforms. Benefits include reduced hardware costs and increased manageability and portability.


Email Address Added to User Properties
New user property for storing and using end users e-mail address. The email address can be used as a notification variable for dynamic insertion in notification messages.


New Display Options for User Home Folders
Ability to lock into and control how the end user's home folder is displayed.


IP Whitelist for End User Authentication
Define specific IP addresses or subnets that can always connect to the server.


Enhanced Date Formatting Support
The log viewer now supports nine different US and international display formats such as MM/DD/YY, DD-MM-YYYY and YYYY.MM.DD. Flexible configuration for setting the date format in the log viewer.


Web Transfer Module
Enable Web Transfer Module access for end users via command line or as a user property.


Configuration and Integration Consulting
Ability to scheduled two-hour remote session with a senior technician.


Licensing
New licensing technology simplifies procurement and provisioning & notifies you when software updates are available and enables maintenance-free upgrades.


mproved Speed and Scalability
Faster FTP transfers and up to 50% better performance under heavy loads. Now scales to thousands of concurrent users.


Disaster Recovery
Configure the top-level directory to point to a local or shared network drive that can be easily covered by disaster recovery processes.

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