Cyberduck 4.4

Cyberduck is an open source file browser and transfer client for FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Cloud Files, Google Docs and Amazon S3 storage accounts. In addition to file transfers it offers account management features including setting of ACLs, S3 bucket versioning, Akamai and CloudFront configurations and more.You can create bookmarks to quickly access your favorite locations, edit files remotely with an editor of your choice, import bookmarks from popular applications, synchronize local/remote directories and drag&drop file to upload or download them. Other features include support for Bonjour, bandwidth management, file filtering, transfer resume and much more.

What's new in this version:

  • [Feature] Performance improvements
  • [Feature] No Java installation requirement (Mac)
  • [Feature] Resumable multipart uploads (S3)
  • [Feature] Bucket lifecycle configuration to archive objects in Glacier (S3)
  • [Feature] Keystone (2.0) authentication support (OpenStack)
  • [Feature] Multiple region support (OpenStack)
  • [Feature] Set container metadata (OpenStack)
  • [Feature] Edit non prefixed headers (OpenStack)
  • [Feature] Support ECHDE cipher suites (WebDAV)
  • [Feature] Select region when creating new container (S3, OpenStack)
  • [Feature] Confirmation alert on move and rename in browser
  • [Feature] Transfer action to skip existing files that match checksum, size or timestamp
  • [Feature] Fullscreen option for browser window [full release notes]

Download: Cyberduck 4.4 for Windows | 15.6 MB (Open Source)
Download: Cyberduck 4.4 for Mac OS | 59.1 MB
View: Cyberduck Homepage

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I was gonna try this vs winscp that I currently use - and right after installing it I uninstalled because it has a red in-your-face register button. If I really liked a program I would buy/donate for it - but I'll never find out with Cyberduck because that box is a deterrent for using the program.