BarracudaDrive 4.9

A multi-user secure web based file manager with no need for FTP access
BarracudaDrive project is a multi-user secure web based file manager with no need for FTP access.

With BarracudaDrive, you can securely upload, download, and manage your files on your home computer from anywhere in the world. BarracudaDrive also bypasses firewalls and proxies since the communication protocol is HTTPS. The communication is protected by using SSL so no one can eavesdrop on your file transfer.

For example, if you have a high speed internet connection at home, you can use the BarracudaDrive web file manager to securely copy files to and from your home computer from any remote computer that has internet access. Remotely operating the BarracudaDrive web file manager is easier if you have a static IP address, or you use a service such as No-IP. BarracudaDrive comes with an integrated 1024-bits SSL certificate.

Usage:

BarracudaDrive attempts to open a server socket on port 80 and 443. If the ports cannot be opened, BarracudaDrive attempts to open ports in the ranges 8080 to 8100 and 8443 to 8500. You must make sure the executable has permission to open the default ports 80 and 443, or setup your router to redirect port 80 to 8080 and port 443 to port 8443.

BarracudaDrive requires that the executable has read and write permission in the directory where you started BarracudaDrive. This directory is not necessarily the same as the directory you installed the executable. BarracudaDrive maintains the user and constraint database by reading from and writing to two XML files.

last updated on:
March 5th, 2012, 18:24 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Real Time Logic
homepage:
barracudaserver.com
license type:
Free for non-commercial use
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ File managers

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What's New in version 4.6
  • The File Mailer is a new product integrated with the BarracudaDrive WebDAV and Web File Manager.
  • Files of any size can be uploaded using WebDAV or the drag and drop box feature in the Web File Manager.
  • These files can then be sent as attachments or links to individuals or to predefined lists.
  • Files can be emailed to an unlimited amount of lists and each list can have an unlimited amount of contacts.
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