Core FTP Server
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Core FTP Server – secure FTP server with SSL/TLS/FTPS, SSH/SFTP, HTTPS support virtual paths, access rules, certificate authentication and much more.
Easy, quick setup allows you to start sharing your files in minutes. Includes features you want at a fraction of the price.
Now you can download Core FTP LE – free Windows software that includes the client FTP features you need. Features like SFTP (SSH), SSL, TLS, FTPS, IDN, browser integration, site to site transfers, FTP transfer resume, drag and drop support, file viewing & editing, firewall support, custom commands, FTP URL parsing, command line transfers, filters, and much, much more!
This free, secure FTP client gives you a fast, easy, reliable way to update and maintain your website via FTP. It also provides a secure method (via SSL, TLS, FTPS, HTTPS, or SFTP) to upload / download files to and from FTP servers. Check out the list of features and you’ll find almost every feature you need, all in a free ftp program. There are no popup ads, advertising or spyware and you’re never asked or reminded to register.
For advanced users, Core FTP Pro is available with advanced features you need. Our goal is simply to bring you the best FTP software on the internet. Look at the list of features you get with Core FTP Pro – solve your current/future ftp client needs for one low price…
With Core FTP Pro, now you can:
Encrypt and decrypt files to servers using the latest encryption methods.
Schedule ftp transfers (unattended) without additional services.
IBM Information Exchange support with command line updates.
Email notification, external program execution, & Ping/TraceRoute included.
View thumbnails images of remote directories (in 4 different sizes).
Zip support – Compress, password protect, and backup to FTP securely.
1: Fill in the user/password fields with a user/password combination of your choice.
2: Select the port, and directory to give others access to.
3: Click start! Now other users can access your files via Core FTP client (SSH/SFTP option checked).
Many computers will have a firewall preventing others from accessing your computer. To get around this issue, open up Port 22 for incoming connections. This will be the only port that is open due to the ssh/sftp protocol one connection connectivity.
This SFTP server version has no permissions setup to prevent others from deleting your files. If using NTFS, you can protect your files by changing their permissions or changing files to be ‘read only’ all other hard drive formats from windows explorer.
To start the sftp server automatically, add ‘-start’ to the command line parameter or shortcut (ver 1.03 >=)
There will be more updates in the very near future, please bear with us!
There are no popup ads, advertising or spyware and you’re never asked or reminded to regis
With Core FTP Pro, now you can:
- Encrypt and decrypt files to servers using the latest encryption methods.
- Schedule ftp transfers (unattended) without additional services.
- IBM Information Exchange support with command line updates.
- Email notification, external program execution, & Ping/TraceRoute included.
- View thumbnails images of remote directories (in 4 different sizes).
- Zip support – Compress, password protect, and backup to FTP securely.
- Core FTP LE 2.2.1931 for Windows
- File size:
- 5.12 MB
- Windows 10,
- Windows Vista,
- Windows 7,
- Windows 8,
- Windows XP,
- Windows 98,
- Windows 2000,
- Windows 2003
- Available languages:
- Date added:
- Wednesday, March 27th 2019
- Core FTPhttps://www.coreftp.com
Core FTP 64-bit LE is a free FTP Client software for Windows-based systems. Secure FTP client software that includes SFTP (SSH), SSL, TLS, IDN, browser integration, site to site transfers, FTP transfer resume, drag and drops support, file viewing & editing, firewall support, custom commands, FTP URL parsing, command line transfers, and more.
Core FTP client software for Windows gives you a fast, easy, reliable way to update and maintain your web pages via FTP. It also provides a secure method (via SSL, TLS, or SFTP) to upload and download files from FTP servers. Check out the list of features and you’ll find almost every feature you need, all in a free FTP program. There are no popup ads, advertising, or spyware and you’re never asked or reminded to register.
Features and Highlights
- Queueing of multiple FTP transfers on multiple sites
- Sessions to save FTP transfers for later resuming
- Recursive uploading, downloading, and deleting
- Optional reconnecting of lost connections
- Legacy SFTP client support and options
- Low memory footprint (~4mb connected – most clients are 8-12mb)
- FTP client for unlimited personal, educational, and evaluation use
Note: Limited functionality in the unregistered version.
Wildcards for upload/download prompt fixedMVS issue with large file sizes in listings fixedSite profile issue in templates with multiple sites, fixedGUI updates/fixes
- Wildcards for upload/download prompt fixedMVS issue with large file sizes in listings fixedSite profile issue in templates with multiple sites, fixedGUI updates/fixes
Packed with features
Supports several security protocols
Not suitable for beginners to FTP
Sometimes hangs on connections
Core FTP LE2.1.1591
Core FTP LE2.1.1573
- 1: Enter your domain name, this can be anything.
2: Enter your domain name as used on the internet or your internal/external IP address
(in v1 enter “localhost” with no quotes for unknown address, v2 may require the machine name).
3: If you do not wish to include SSL/TLS or HTTPS support, check the “Disable FTP” option and skip to step #4.
Add an existing certificate to a certificate store by clicking the ‘certificate’ button. Click on the store in the left pane (default “my personal”), right click on the right pane, select “Manage Certificates” and import your existing key.
If you do not have a certificate installed in your certificate stores or do not have a certificate, press the ‘self signed certificate’ button to generate your own. The self signed certificate will require you to enter certificate information.
Various SSL options (or to select FTPS) can be found under the small button next to the “Disable FTP” option:
4: Enter a port (default ports: FTP-21, SSH/SFTP-22, HTTPS-443, FTPS 990). SSH/SFTP and HTTPS have their own port settings (small button next to each option).
Again, if you aren’t using FTP/SSL, check the “Disable FTP” option.
5: Chose a base directory where all directories and user directories will exist.
If you are choosing a networked drive, you may need to modify the account in the Core FTP Server’s service properties,
as the system account may not have access to the network drive.
6: Hit OK.
Next, create a user for the domain:
Select the domain we just created (mydomain.com) and then click on the ‘New’ button below to create a new user for this domain.
To get up and running, the user, password, and home directory are the only fields that are required. Enter those fields and hit ok.
You should now see the user you created in the list of users for your domain.
Hit OK to proceed.
Now you’re all set. Click ‘start’ to get the server going and connect with your FTP client. You can edit your domain and user settings at a later time.
Users running x64 or Server versions of Windows may need to run in administrator mode in order for SSL/TLS and or HTTPS to work correctly. To do this, right click on the Core FTP Server icon, select “Run as administrator”. You will need to re-enter your domain information again.
In addition to running in administrator mode, the user will likely need to set the account they are using for the service, by going into the System menu (upper left icon) in Core FTP Server -> Global Settings -> Service. Enter your administrator account user and password. If the service has already been created, you may have to delete it before creating it again. These settings can alternatively be found under Administrative tools -> Services -> Core FTP Server service “logon” properties.
The “Global logging” option should *not* be used in global settings (this feature will be removed in a future release), use the logging options found in each domain under the “Logging” button.
Starting in version 1.2 of Core FTP Server, there are a few new settings in the domain configuration.
1) All server types (FTP, SSL, SFTP, HTTPS) are included in one domain now, instead of being separate. It is no longer required to create a domain for each protocol type.
2) The FTP protocol is on by default. Select the “Disable FTP” option in the domain setup if you do not want to run FTP or SSL in a domain (ie: only wish to run SSH/SFTP or HTTPS).
3) The SSH port setting is now set under a small button next to the “SSH/SFTP” option in the domain setup.
4) The HTTPS port is also set under a small button next to the setting in the domain setup.
How to Register Software With a Registration Code?-Double-click the desktop shortcut to launch the .exe file.
-Enter your name and the .exe Registration Code precisely as they appear on your registration acknowledgement email when the registration reminder window appears.
-Press Register. Enter all additional details exactly as they are listed on your registration confirmation email, including your .exe serial number.