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New in Version 7.5.0:
7.5.0 improves security, many additional features, bug fixes and ongoing updates to latest best practices for security.
CrushFTP 7.5.0 - 01/08/2016
_1:added redirect in WebInterface for forced preview/download
_5:added flag to control "stor_pooling" for HTTP uploads.
_7:attachment redirector logging improvement, added delete & rename to AccountActivity Report.
_9:sped up the processing of large file lists in Jump task of jobs
_13:added SNI support for FTPES
_20:watches for changes in local DMZ prefs files too
_22:added sha1 flag for SSH, defaults to no sha1 key exchanges
_2:fixed multithreaded upload handling to same HTTP session.
_3:fixed bug with browser uploads
_4:fixed cipher suites for SNI HTTPS sockets.
_6:task error fix for null scenarios
_8:fix for SMB url username/pass replacement
_10:fixes for AttachmentRedirector and folder shares
_11:fix issue with transfer speedometer creating load on session replication. _12:fix for WriteTask and multiple writes to the same file from different locations
_14:fix for video streaming in safari
_16:fix for setting meta_info
_17:fix for unsafe filename char replacement in http uploads
_18:canceling upload in advanced mode didn't report it as canceled
_19:ServerBeat fixes for out of sync server times
_20:fix for ServerBeat and bringing serers back online.
_21:fix for age on ServerBeat
_22:fix for DNS PASV IP reply
- Fixed issues with events not being saved
- Fixed issue creating new server
- Direct link to preview files fixed
- Date formatting fixed for internal shares
- Explore zip fixed
- New upload customization : Max number of files allowed in a queue, Hide start upload button on individual item
- Fixed home directory not being saved while using plugin in events
- Fixed auto load applet customization issues
- Managing ciphers is easy now, UI updated
- Date format is honored now in reports
- Added TLS client versions
- User can use alternate media file in previews (h264, user defined)
- IE11 theme fix
- Sharing related issues fixed
- Added missing localizations
- VFS linking logic changed
- Fixed issues with removing users not getting removed from groups
- Buttons list is now organized with filters in UserManager
- Fixed ftpes issues
- Added max runtime for the job schedule
- Added support to get history of item and download older version
- Video player UI/progressbar updated
- Added reply-to in email templates
- SAML and LDAPGroup plugin fixes
- Fixed telnet UI issues
- Added export support to SSL items
- Added quick editing roles on SAMLSSO and LDAPGroup
- Added temporary job log settings in preferences
- Added new customizations
Enterprise Grade File Transfer for Everyone
CrushFTP is an extremely powerful, easy to use solution that runs on almost everything: OS X 10.5 - 10.9+, WinXP - Win2012+, Linux, Solaris, BSD, Unix, etc!
CRUSHFTP IS A ROBUST FILE TRANSFER SERVER THAT MAKES IT EASY TO SETUP SECURE CONNECTIONS WITH YOUR USERS.
'Crush' comes from the built-in zip methods in CrushFTP. They allow for downloading files in compressed formats in-stream, or even automatically expanding zip files as they are received in-stream. This is called ZipStreaming and can greatly accelerate the transfer of many types of files.
Secure management is web based allowing you the ability to manage and monitor the server from anywhere, or with almost any device. Easy in place server upgrades without complicated installers. Runs as a daemon, or Windows service with no need for a local GUI.
CrushFTP is watching out for you by detecting common hack attempts and robots which scan for weak passwords. It will automatically protect you against DDoS attacks. No need for you to do anything as CrushFTP will automatically ban these IPs to prevent wasted logging and CPU usage. This keeps your server secure from unwanted abuse.
User management includes inheritance, groups, and virtual file systems. If you want simple user management, it can be as easy as just making a folder with a specific name and nothing else. Think about how easily you can delegate user administration with CrushFTP's role based adminsitration and event configuration.
SFTP - This uses a SSH connection to perform file transfers. Public / private key authentication can be allowed or password-less logins. SFTP is not well suited for high latency connections though. Almost any SFTP client is supported.
SCP - Secure copy also uses SSH, but is meant for pushing a single file transfer as fast as possible. Its not well suited for directories, or for downloading if you don't know the exact file name already. Almost any SCP client is supported.
The server dashboard shows you summarized information about what the server is doing. You can see things like the number of active connections, free drive space, recent login list, memory usage, server port status, and history graphs about bandwith and memory usage. You can drill down into appropriate items to see more details and monitor specific users or actions the server is doing.
You can allow users to create temporary links and shares to files and folders. These links self expire after the set interval. You can customize all aspects about the sharing interface including what items are visible, their default settings, custom email body, colors and fonts, and the method of share to use.
Event actions that are user customizable. They can generate emails with a list of uploads a user just made, or many various other tasks. You can customize events down to extreme detail. Events can be used to run various plugins which then perform other tasks as well (such as the CrushTask plugin.)
CUSTOM WEB FORMS
The WebInterface allows you to specify custom forms for welcoming a user on their first visit to your site (such as acceptance of a legal disclaimer), or for asking for additional information about uploads. This data can be further processed in email notifications, or written to XML files using a CrushTask as an event in the user's setting in the user manager.
The WebInterface is a rich interface allowing for stunning visual displays of its files. Images, PDFs, Documents can all have previews of their contents generated into thumbnails that the user will see at a glance in the WebInterface. You can allow the user to view these thumbnails in large forms for slideshows, or quick previews. Movies can be handled also. Still frames are generated automatically from the movie so you can get a quick overview of the movie as your mouse hovers over the icon. You can also allow users to play movies directly from the WebInterface.