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At IU, what SSH/SFTP clients are supported and where can I get them?

Secure FTP (SFTP) is a means of transferring files securely using SSH. It is functionally similar to FTP, but FTP clients cannot communicate with SFTP servers. If you need to transfer files with a host that requires an SFTP connection, UITS and the University Information Security Office (UISO) recommend the following:

Windows

  • PuTTY is an open-source command-line SSH interface; for more, see the PuTTY home page. Download PuTTY from the publisher.
  • WinSCP is an open-source GUI client for downloading and uploading files (FTP and SFTP); for more, see the WinSCP home page. Go to WinSCP.net, and download the latest installation package.

SSH Communications Security has discontinued support for non-commercial versions of SSH Secure Shell. As a result, SSH Secure Shell is no longer available for download from IUware or the SSH web site.

Mac OS X

  • Cyberduck is a donationware program for Mac OS X 10.4 and later. Go to the Cyberduck home page, and download the latest installation package.
  • OpenSSH is a command-line SSH suite for Unix. It is packaged with Mac OS X and accessible through the Terminal.
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