FileZilla Server is an FTP server that supports FTP and FTP over SSL/TLS. FTP over SSL/TLS provides secure encrypted connections to the server. FileZilla supports SSL, the same level of encryption supported by your web browser, to protect your data. When using SSL your data is encrypted so that prying eyes cannot see it, and your confidential information is protected. It also supports on-the-fly data compression, which can improve the transfer rates. Unfortunately, the compression setting can have mixed results, so it is advised to use it with care. It is possible for files that are already compressed to be transferred over the network using more than their original data size.
v1.4.0 bugfixes and minor changes:
Debian: by default the service is now configured to exclude headers from log lines, since journald outputs its own headers already.
Mac: fixed regression that made the installed service not startable
Admin UI: changed wording in the logging settings
Admin UI: made default connection values correct, in case the settings file is missing.
MSW: fixed various bug in the ExecDos plugin, that could cause the admin password not to be set properly.
MSW: non-ASCII admin passwords can now be properly used.
MSW: fixed a bug in libfilezilla that caused an unexpected failure when creating directories with restricted access. It had effects on the ACME account creation.
FileZilla Server 1.4.1 changes:
- Admin UI: Fixed a crash on the listener page
- Admin UI: Improved workflow for changing user passwords
- MSW: Fixed an issue with the converter for configurations from FileZilla Server 0.9.x
Get alerted to all of our Software updates on Twitter at @NeowinSoftware