WinSCP 4.3.2

WinSCP is an open source free SFTP client and FTP client for Windows. Legacy SCP protocol is also supported. Its main function is safe copying of files between a local and a remote computer.

What's new:

  • SSL core upgraded to OpenSSL 1.0.0d.
  • Enabled TLS extensions in OpenSSL, what resolves problems with some FTP servers. 658
  • Change: Compare directories command uses Shift+F2 shortcut instead of Ctrl+C. 641
  • Added support for dragging files from WinRAR. 399.
  • Default ascii file mask extended with *.js. 642
  • SSH core upgraded to the latest development snapshot of PuTTY (2011-02-21, revision 9101).
  • Bug fix: Check for application updates was not working.
  • Bug fix: Error response to SFTP initialization request was sometimes parsed incorrectly.
  • Bug fix: It was not possible to skip errors during some operations. 654
  • Bug fix: Home directory was incorrect after reconnect with FTP protocol. 659
  • Bug fix: It was sometimes not possible to initiate file renaming. 657


 Source: WinSCP website
 Download: WinSCP 4.3.2
 View: Release notes

Report a problem with article
Previous Story

Hands on with the Plextor PX-NAS4

Next Story

Apple releases first Developer Preview of Mac OS X Lion

10 Comments

Commenting is disabled on this article.

Added support for dragging files from WinRAR

Finally. This was deadset the biggest annoyance I have with WinSCP.

Nashy said,
Added support for dragging files from WinRAR

Finally. This was deadset the biggest annoyance I have with WinSCP.


I can't quite comprehend why exactly someone would NEED to do that, but whatever.

roadwarrior said,

I can't quite comprehend why exactly someone would NEED to do that, but whatever.

It can sound rare but i wished for this feature.

roadwarrior said,
I need to check this out sometime to see if I like it better than Filezilla for updating the web sites that my wife and I have.

WinSCP is not the same as FileZilla, I think FileZilla is much better for simple FTP usage.
WinSCP is handy to use with Unix systems and alike.

roadwarrior said,
I need to check this out sometime to see if I like it better than Filezilla for updating the web sites that my wife and I have.

The first time I used Filezilla, I edited a php file, and when I went to edit it again, the line spacing was gone and it was all on one line. I've never used it since.