Crossftp
  • size: 2.1 MB
  • company: CrossFTP Software
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CrossFTP Pro is a FTP client supporting SFTP, FTPS, FXP, WebDav, and Amazon S3. In addtion to CrossFTP foundation, it features:

Amazon S3 Support
Simply manage your on-demand storage, cost effectively!

WebDAV(s) and MobileMe iDisk Support
Get files on WebDav(s) and MobileMe iDisk, faster than Browser!

FXP (Site-to-Site) Transfers
Go server to server FTP transfers by tab-to-tab!

FTP, SFTP/SSH, or TLS/SSL
Versatile secure protocol choices made transfer simple

Turbo Engine
Up to 40x multi-thread enigne turbos the speed!

Edit Anywhere
Edit any files in any app, even remote graph files

Synchronization
Preview your sync, save/schedule in queue, powerful options

Schedule
Put your transfer/synchronization tasks in plan

HTTP/Sock/FTP Proxy
Flow along various proxy engines

Sync-Browsing
Bind two tabs, so that one goes, the other also goes

Speed Limit
Nicely grant your bandwidth to other programs

Remote File Search
Search for certain files in the remote folder

Much, Much More...
IPV6, Account, Customized commands, CHMOD... one mege app!

Why CrossFTP and CrossFTP Pro for you?

Easy to Use
Its traditional two-pane browser-like user interface is easy to learn and use. Multi-tabs design facilitates you to manage and connect multiple FTP sites simultaneously in one single window.

Powerful Engine
It is capable of transfer, queue, schedule, synchronize, mirror, job management, with the speed be boosted by turbo mutli-threaded engine. CrossFTP's powerful engine solves your file transfer problems. 

Advanced Security
Default password encryption, master password, TLS/SSL/SSH cipher configuration, and software signiture & integrity checking provide you with top level security.

Keeping Investment Valuable 
Supporing all major FTP protocols, and running on all major operting systems, such as Windows, Mac, Linux, Solaris, and FreeBSD. CrossFTP simply works for your changing and complex IT environment.

updated: 29.11.2010

added: 13.11.2010