FileZilla 3.7.4

FileZilla is powerful Open Source FTP/SFTP client with many features. It includes a site manager to store all your connection details and logins as well as an Explorer style interface that shows the local and remote folders and can be customized independently. The program offers support for firewalls and proxy connections as well as SSL and Kerberos GSS security. Additional features include keep alive, auto ascii/binary transfer, download queue, manual transfers, raw FTP commands and more.

What's new in this version:

New features:

  • Added SOCKS4 support

Bugfixes and minor changes:

  • Additional bugfix for site-specific bookmarks
  • Improve compatibility with servers sending directory listings in Polish language or in EBCDIC encoding
  • Handle set user id bit when populating permissions dialog.

Download: FileZilla 3.7.4 | 4.6 MB (Open Source)
View: FileZilla Home page

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RichardK said,
so don't allow it to save the password if you are paranoid. Simple, and you don't have to complain.

So don't complain and the problem continues or complain and maybe it gets noticed. FireZilla has a really nice layout and makes life easier for managing 20+ sites. I understand Freeware and such, but come on. At least use a master password or something. I pretty much have switched to WinSCP because if this.

You'd think they would have fixed this as the bug is over 3yrs old
http://trac.filezilla-project.org/ticket/5530

It's not a bug.. Just a missing feature, one most of us don't have an issue with but it would be a good update if they would ever get around to doing it. It is open source so if you really want it you can contribute by coding or sending a donation with a request to have it coded in.

Exactly. After all this versions, they should have figured how to encrypt the Site Manager passwords even if the FTP protocol send passwords in cleartext.

FlashFXP and other clients store them on .dat files but they are also text-readable and not encrypted.