Your Own Private Cloud-Based File Transfer
Install and host Cerberus FTP Server’s HTTPS web client on-premise using your own infrastructure, or utilize cloud providers such as AWS or Azure and take advantage of the public cloud infrastructure. Either way, you have complete control over the server and resources.
Easy to Use
Runs on any modern mobile device and allows users to upload, download, and share files just as easily as on a desktop browser.
Enterprise Grade Security
Cerberus integrates with Active Directory and LDAP databases for authentication, and provides additional security with two factor authentication using either an HOTP-compliant one-time password application like Google Authenticator, or direct integration with DUO Security. Additional protections like reCAPTCHA and automatic IP blocking help prevent against brute force account attacks.
Two Factor Authentication using HOTP-compliant one-time password applications, or direct integration with DUO Security.
FIPS 140-2 Cryptography
Optional setting enables encryption using only FIPS 140-2 certified algorithms.
The HTTPS web client capability allows any user with access to a common web browser to easily connect to the server to perform file operations (drag & drop file and folder uploading, downloading, deleting, renaming, creating directories, and zipping and unzipping files and directories) using a desktop or mobile web browser.
Your own Brand
Easily customize the web client to show your company’s name and logo.
Better User Account Provisioning
Accelerate user account provisioning by allowing your users to submit their own new account requests. They can set an account password (subject to password policy rules) at the time of the request. This relieves the administrator from having to set and securely distribute passwords to users.
Administrators can be automatically notified anytime a new request is submitted, and the UI provides an easy way for admins to review requests and approve or deny account creation.
Better Account Creation
Easily review new account requests. Customize accounts during the approval process and automatically send an approval or denial email to the end user.
Security features like reCAPTCHA help prevent automated form submissions by bots. End users choose their own secure password so that you don’t have to.
Here’s how Cerberus FTP Server delivers 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.
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.
Cerberus FTP Server has added support for PostgreSQL databases in Report Manager.
SCP extension blocking bypass vulnerability fixed in Cerberus FTP Server versions 11.2.5 and 10.0.26
Cerberus FTP Server Enterprise and Professional versions prior to 11.2.5 and 10.0.26 are vulnerable to an extension blocking bypass over the SCP protocol. This issue is fixed in version 11.2.5 and 10.0.26.
Logs can be filtered by username and/or ip address.