Secure File Transfer News
Host header attack vulnerabilities fixed in Cerberus FTP Server 11.0 and 10.0.17
Password reset links and public share links are vulnerable to HTTP host header attacks in versions before 11.0.
What is FIPS 140-2 and is It Right for Me? How to Make FTP More Secure
One of our most-visited help articles is “How can I make Cerberus FTP Server secure?” In that article, we mention FIPS 140-2, but we still get quite a few emails from customers asking whether they should be using FIPS 140-2 mode in Cerberus. So let's dig into...
S/FTP Server Logging: Three Common Use Cases
FTP server logging guidelines for common use cases, including PCI, HIPAA and GDPR compliance.
Security Vulnerabilities Resolved in Cerberus FTP Server 10.0.15
Detailed information about the recent security fixes in Cerberus FTP Server 10.0.15 and 10.0.16.
Windows Server 2019 Resources for System Administrators
Cerberus FTP Server version 10 is certified for Windows Server 2019. If you’re considering moving to Microsoft’s latest software version, the following resource list will help familiarize you with what’s new.
How To Back Up Your FTP Server Configuration And Users
It’s no easy job managing and maintaining the IT infrastructure of an organization. System administrators regularly worry about many different aspects of their IT organization: downtime, server failures, upgrade issues and capacity problems, and more. Unfortunately,...
How To Migrate Cerberus FTP From One Server To Another
Occasionally you may find that you need to move your instance of Cerberus FTP Server from one server to another. While the process is straightforward, there are steps you should take to minimize the risk of issues. First, before doing anything else, you should update...
FTP Server Password Policy Recommendations: Keeping Your Passwords Secure
No one can escape passwords. Whether it is the password for your Cerberus FTP Server, email, online banking, desktop login, or your favorite online media streaming service, passwords are something that everyone has to deal with regardless of profession. And because...
Guide to SSL: What is an SSL Certificate and How Does it Make Your Website Secure?
What is SSL? SSL (Secured Sockets Layer), and its successor TLS (Transport Layer Security), are cryptographic protocols used to secure and encrypt sensitive information like credit card numbers, usernames, passwords, and other private data sent over the internet....