Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Monitor 3.1. This minor release adds a visual web based dashboard that provides tracking of memory and thread statistics over time.Read More
OpenPGP encryption is an excellent way of securing sensitive files on a server. Even if the server is compromised, the information in those files can remain secret. On JSCAPE MFT Server, PGP encryption can be made to execute automatically. You can configure the server so that, as soon as a file is uploaded, the server will immediately encrypt it.
JSCAPE MFT Server makes it easy to strengthen secure file transfers with OpenPGP encryption. But before you can protect your files with PGP, you need to create the necessary public/private key pairs. In this post, we introduce you to three ways of doing that.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Gateway 3.1. This release adds reverse proxy and load balancing support for UDP based services. MFT Gateway now supports virtually any TCP or UDP protocol, including but not limited to FTP/S, SFTP/SSH, POP3, IMAP and HTTP/S.
"The added support for UDP greatly expands the potential use cases for MFT Gateway while also providing high availability for AFTP (Accelerated File Transfer Protocol) services in our MFT Server product." stated Van Glass, Product Manager for JSCAPE.
Whenever we download files from an external server on a regular basis, we often like to rename each file so that they follow a certain format. This would make it easier for us to group, sort or manage them whenever the need arises. One common practice is to append a timestamp at the end of the filename. This article will teach you how to automate the entire process using JSCAPE MFT Server Triggers.
One of the reasons why our clients love Triggers is because this feature makes it so easy to set up unmanned, automated file transfers that run overnight or over the weekend. But sometimes, you'll want to specify more than just a schedule. One particular client, for example, wanted to restrict a scheduled download to a certain set of files, which he wanted to specify using a regular expression or regex. This post details the steps we recommended for him to achieve that.
A client wanted to know if there was a more efficient way of archiving and/or deleting old log files to clear up some storage space on their managed file transfer server. They were currently doing things manually and he understandably wanted to adopt some form of automation. Fortunately, JSCAPE MFT Server offers a solution and we'd like to detail the steps here so that anyone else interested may also follow it.
Major companies have been on the alert this year following the high-profile data breaches of several well-known companies, including Target and PF Chang's. Target's data breach, which affected 70 million customers in total, cost the company millions of dollars, as well as the value of consumer trust. Could trusted commerce website PayPal be potentially under fire, as well?
One of the major security features of SFTP is public key authentication. This method of authentication allows JSCAPE MFT Server to verify a user's identity during login by asking for a secret item only he, the user, has. That something is an SFTP private key file. But how can a user get hold of such a file?