SecureFX is a cross-platform, multilingual and flexible software project that provides users with a tool to securely transfer files between computers over the network. It’s a commercial application that runs on the Linux, Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
Supports a wide range of file transfer protocols
SecureFX has been designed from the offset to support a wide range of file transfer protocols, including the popular FTP, SFTP, Secure FTP (SSL), SSH2, SCP. In addition, it supports the RFC 2228 CCC (Clear Command Channel) for enhanced compatibility with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) servers.
Features website synchronization and automation
Besides secure file transfers, the applications features expanded file transfer capabilities and simplified file transfer operations. The built-in website synchronization and automation functionality will help network administrators and web designers to streamline everyday tasks.
Transfers can be unattended
Among other features, we can mention the ability to securely maintain file systems and documents, synchronize files, recover files from a failed transfer, set up shared sessions, as well as to make transfers unattended. The application complies with Federal standards.
Supports Juniper and Cisco devices
The application comes with SCP support for Juniper and Cisco devices, such as firewalls and routers. It can automatically synchronize files, allows users to execute local shell commands, and supports the SHA-2 MAC algorithm.
Offers user authentication and support for X.509 certificates
SecureFX also offers user authentication and support for X.509 certificates, host identity verification, data encryption, a public key assistant, GSSAPI (Generic Security Service Application Program Interface) support, as well as support for multiple connections.
Supports mainstream operating systems
Just like SecureCRT, the SecureFX software supports mainstream operating systems, including GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Linux users can download it as binary packages for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ubuntu distributions. Both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures are supported at this time.