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Email addressbwelling at xbill.org
First Active1999-11-18
Last Active2000-06-16
sftp-0.9.5.tar.gz
Posted Jun 16, 2000
Authored by Brian Wellington | Site xbill.org

Secure FTP (sftp) implements a file transfer protocol using ssh/rsh as the transport mechanism. When the client is invoked, a remote shell is spawned and the server is run. sftp is mainly useful over a secure ssh session since passwords are not exposed. It also has the advantage that no root access is required, since the server runs as a user process.

Changes: Supports rmdir, mkdir, rename commands, better status output, bug fixes.
tags | remote, shell, root, encryption, protocol
MD5 | 73fd1cabea58fd5de6edd3c7a1ed9656
sftp-0.9.2.tar.gz
Posted Apr 20, 2000
Authored by Brian Wellington | Site xbill.org

Secure FTP (sftp) implements a file transfer protocol using ssh/rsh as the transport mechanism. When the client is invoked, a remote shell is spawned and the server is run. sftp is mainly useful over a secure ssh session since passwords are not exposed. It also has the advantage that no root access is required, since the server runs as a user process.

Changes: Bug fixes.
tags | remote, shell, root, encryption, protocol
MD5 | 105350312b365b55436706cefc5d1abb
sftp-0.8.tar.gz
Posted Feb 15, 2000
Authored by Brian Wellington | Site xbill.org

Secure FTP (sftp) implements a file transfer protocol using ssh/rsh as the transport mechanism. When the client is invoked, a remote shell is spawned and the server is run. sftp is mainly useful over a secure ssh session since passwords are not exposed. It also has the advantage that no root access is required, since the server runs as a user process.

Changes: Pty support, get, put, exec can be aborted with ^C, if a pty is allocated, lots of bug fixes.
tags | remote, shell, root, encryption, protocol
MD5 | 505407e7d12b65642c7e53ce993fc79c
sftp-0.7.tar.gz
Posted Jan 24, 2000
Authored by Brian Wellington | Site xbill.org

Secure FTP (sftp) implements a file transfer protocol using ssh/rsh as the transport mechanism. When the client is invoked, a remote shell is spawned and the server is run. sftp is mainly useful over a secure ssh session since passwords are not exposed. It also has the advantage that no root access is required, since the server runs as a user process.

Changes: A potential hang was fixed, transferring files now preserves modification time, and 'bye' and 'version' commands were added.
tags | remote, shell, root, encryption, protocol
MD5 | 9f9b5d28ff32b2e8c2d443cf5e6a227a
sftp-0.6.tar.gz
Posted Jan 11, 2000
Authored by Brian Wellington | Site xbill.org

Secure FTP (sftp) implements a file transfer protocol using ssh/rsh as the transport mechanism. When the client is invoked, a remote shell is spawned and the server is run. sftp is mainly useful over a secure ssh session since passwords are not exposed. It also has the advantage that no root access is required, since the server runs as a user process.

Changes: Better quoting and tilde handling, support for windows that are not 80 characters wide and the ability to pass arguments directly to ssh have been added.
tags | remote, shell, root, encryption, protocol
MD5 | 0412d22e066223890f99e8aeafc8160c
sftp-0.5.tar.gz
Posted Dec 28, 1999
Authored by Brian Wellington | Site xbill.org

Secure FTP (sftp) implements a file transfer protocol using ssh/rsh as the transport mechanism. When the client is invoked, a remote shell is spawned and the server is run. sftp is mainly useful over a secure ssh session since passwords are not exposed. It also has the advantage that no root access is required, since the server runs as a user process.

Changes: New aliases (dir, mget, mput), open flags which now work with multiple opens, a -p option to pass the port to ssh, and a fix so that transferring filenames with spaces should work now.
tags | remote, shell, root, encryption, protocol
MD5 | 8070983234f1a872b969f8eebe24b84d
sftp-0.4.tar.gz
Posted Dec 22, 1999
Authored by Brian Wellington | Site xbill.org

Secure FTP (sftp) implements a file transfer protocol using ssh/rsh as the transport mechanism. When the client is invoked, a remote shell is spawned and the server is run. sftp is mainly useful over a secure ssh session since passwords are not exposed. It also has the advantage that no root access is required, since the server runs as a user process.

Changes: A new man page, invokable ssh with compression, a new RPM version, and multiple authentication attempts should be handled better.
tags | remote, shell, root, encryption, protocol
MD5 | 6165f7264ee50372cba6da542e09f937
sftp-0.3.tar.gz
Posted Nov 18, 1999
Authored by Brian Wellington | Site xbill.org

Secure FTP (sftp) implements a file transfer protocol using ssh/rsh as the transport mechanism. When the client is invoked, a remote shell is spawned and the server is run. sftp is mainly useful over a secure ssh session since passwords are not exposed. It also has the advantage that no root access is required, since the server runs as a user process.

Changes: New features include readline support, an autoconf script, setting of the remote user and server pathname and misc. cleanup.
tags | remote, shell, root, encryption, protocol
MD5 | e6778420954b6c4a9445c3192253ca99
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