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Discussion in 'Coding, Scripting & Programming' started by KuJoe, Dec 14, 2013.
SFTP with FileZilla is the best combination and the most secure one too.
I'm use rsync or FileZilla
Transmit on Mac. Usually SFTP.
I use FileZilla
Is there a good alternative for FileZilla for Linux GUI which doesn't need unprotected file format (Putty *.ppk) ?
@ModyDev by "unprotected file format", are you talking about transport encryption? Because FileZilla supports SFTP over SSH.
No, I am talking about the private key file stored by FileZilla in unprotected format *.ppk
According to https://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Howto#Other_platforms, FileZilla works fine with standard SSH agent. I tested it on Ubuntu with XFCE+GNOME-keyring and verified that I didn't need to do any key file format conversion. The PuTTY format is only necessary on Windows because FileZilla uses PuTTY library on Windows; but you mentioned you were looking for a program for Linux.
Use WinSCP - probably best FTP/SFTP client for Windows
Get WinSCP 4TW
Filezilla or WinSCP.
I use a Raspberry pi for local file storage and back it up to a remote server using good old rsync. Really powerful and easy.
On windows, WinSCP does the job nicely.
Windows - WinSCP.
well i use servers sftp, and for clients filezilla.
SFTP using FileZilla, like many people here.
SCP is the way to go. On windows I use WinSCP but it is so much slower.
sFTP with FilleZilla when needed.
SFTP most of the time for me here... some occasions, I use SCP if its server to server transfers...
FTP... no way... too insecure from what I've read
if i have a windows pc around I use winscp. If I am on a mac then i use filezilla
The usual combination of tarballing, compressing, and scp. It's worked perfectly for several decades (and no issues with port behavior and nasty NAT fixups), so- works for me!