SFTP over SSH

The Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a file protocol which is typically used with the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol. In combination it offers a secure way to transfer and manipulate files.

SFTP over SSH

Features

Protocols

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Performance

High Performance SFTP (hpn). Optimized assembler (32-bit and 64-bit) for performance critical algorithms.

Extensions

  • File Hashing (check-file): This extension allows a client to easily check if a file (or portion thereof) already matches what is on the server.
  • Querying Available Space (space-available): This extension provides a way to discover the available space.
  • Copying Remote Files (copy-file): This extension allows to copy a file from one location to another on the server.
  • StatVFS (statvfs@openssh.com): This extension returns the available and used bytes among other information about the file system.
  • Newline (newline@vandyke.com): ASCII conversation is done according to the server supplied newline setting.

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