Complete Guide to SFTP – Part 1: Concepts

Complete Guide to SFTP – Part 1: Concepts

SFTP, formally known as the SSH2 File Transfer Protocol, is a (relatively) new secure file transfer protocol that continues to evolve into a more widespread data standard due to its ease of use, straightforward configuration, and robust file/directory manipulation...
FTPS vs. SFTP: Understanding the Difference

FTPS vs. SFTP: Understanding the Difference

What’s the difference between FTPS and SFTP? Both FTPS (formally known as FTP over TLS/SSL) and SFTP (technically named the SSH2 File Transfer Protocol) are considered secure file transfer protocols. In spite of their similar names, however, these protocols operate in...
SCP or SFTP: Which is Better?

SCP or SFTP: Which is Better?

Both SCP and SFTP are used for transferring files, but one or the other protocol may be a better fit for your needs depending on your requirements for speed, security and functionality. This article compares SCP and SFTP to help you choose which secure file...
SFTP vs. FTP – How SFTP Works

SFTP vs. FTP – How SFTP Works

You’ve probably heard about SFTP and FTP, but you may be wondering what the difference is between the two protocols and how SFTP works in general.   When transferring data from a computer to a server (think of the server as a data container) or vice-versa, there are...
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