Secure File Transfer Over Any Protocol
Cerberus FTP Server supports high speed, high volume end-to-end encrypted secure file transfer over all major file transfer protocols:
FTP/FTPS: available in Cerberus FTP Server Personal and Standard Editions
SFTP, SCP: available in Cerberus FTP Server Professional Edition
HTTPS: available in Cerberus FTP Server Enterprise Edition
Secure File Transfer Trusted by Thousands of Companies
Flexible File Transfer Over Any Protocol
FTPS and FTP
Cerberus FTP Server supports both FTP with explicit SSL/TLS encryption (FTPES) and implicit SSL/TLS (FTPS), as well as plain FTP.
Cerberus FTP Server supports the SSH2 File Transfer Protocol (also known as SFTP). Administrators can also allow clients to use public key authentication for SFTP connections.
HTTP/S Web Client
Allow any user to easily access, edit and transfer files via a desktop or mobile web browser.
Cerberus supports the Secure Copy Protocol, a simple secure file transfer protocol that supports basic file uploads and downloads on some legacy devices.
CIDR Support and IPV6 Extensions
Built-In Transfer Integrity Checks
Easy Web File Transfer
Cerberus FTP Server’s HTTPS web client capability allows secure file transfer through any desktop or mobile browser. Users can easily upload, download, create directories, compress files, and perform other file operations (deletions, renaming, etc.)
No Plugins Requred
Secure Email File Sharing
Built for Security and Speed
Cerberus FTP Server’s transfer security features include:
- SSH2 Public Key Encryption
- SSL cipher specification
- Client certificate verification
- Support for RSA, DSA, and Elliptical Curve public and private keys
In our file transfer server benchmark tests, the typical server will max out its resources long before Cerberus encounters any performance bottlenecks.
MODE Z Support
We pride ourselves on world-class support, starting before you ever purchase a license. You can review some of Cerberus FTP Server’s secure file transfer resources here.
Full Feature List
Here’s how Cerberus FTP Server delivers better secure file transfer.
Provides all of the tools necessary to allow you to operate your own HIPAA compliant file transfer system.
FIPS 140-2 Cryptography
Uses an embedded FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic module for all cryptographic operations.
Public File Sharing
Public or ad-hoc file transfer support allows a user to share unique, time-limited, public links to specific files or folders with any public user.
Auditing and Reporting
The Report Manager generates detailed reports of client activity based on user names, date ranges, and file access.
Active Directory and LDAP
Authenticate users against an Active Directory domain or LDAP database.
File Transfer Automation
The Event Manager allows you to configure email notification, perform file operation or batch file actions, and carry out server operations based off of server events or scheduled tasks.
Cerberus FTP Server is trusted by thousands of customers all over the world. Read what just a few of them have to say below.
“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.”
We offer a 25 day trial of Cerberus FTP Server Enterprise edition.
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