Cerberus FTP Server
Features > Access Protection
Cerberus FTP Server offers intelligent access protection tools that provide cutting-edge protection against intrusion. Learn more about our key features or browse our resources below.
- Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
- Client Certificate Verification
- IP Allow/Deny Lists (Autobanning)
Cerberus FTP Server Access Protection Features
Full Feature List
Cerberus FTP Server Editions
- FTP/S Server
- SOAP control API
- IP auto-banning
- User groups
- Web administration
- Virtual directories
$499 | 1 Yr Maintenance
- SFTP server
- AD/LDAP integration
- Public key authentication
- Client certificate verification
- Server replication
$899 | 1 Yr Maintenance
- MFT server
- HTTPS web client
- Event automation
- Email alerts
- File retention policies
- Ad-hoc sharing
$2,199 | 1 Yr Maintenance
Raved and Reviewed
Here’s what a few of our many satisfied customers have to say about Cerberus FTP Server.
“Our users have found Cerberus to be straightforward. We have handled many service tickets over the past three years, and Cerberus has had the least number of issues, by far.”
“We’ve been using Cerberus for at least five years, and it’s been awesome. Everything’s been very simple and easy, and we haven’t come across any limitations. It always just seems to work.”
“It’s not designed to be complicated, and it doesn’t need to be managed. I can hire someone new and they can be up to speed in minutes. Everyone on the team loves it.”
Redwood Software Acquires Cerberus FTP Server to Extend Leadership in Delivering Secure File Transfer Automation Solutions
FRISCO, TX – February 1, 2023 – Redwood Software, the industry leader in full stack automation, today announced its acquisition of Cerberus, a leading secure file transfer provider that serves some of the largest global organizations. Following Redwood’s recent...
The U.S. federal government's transition to the FIPS 140-3 cryptography standard has begun, with NIST announcing that all FIPS 140-2 certificates will be retired in September 2026. Cerberus FTP Server versions 12.11 and higher have moved to OpenSSL 3, which will...
Two types of secure FTP exist: FTPS and FTPES. While they are both built on the same protocol, FTPS and FTPES have subtle differences that make them better for different scenarios. In this blog, we’ll compare the differences between FTPS and FTPES to help you make an...