Our web SFTP client makes it easy to copy files and folders both from local to remote and from remote to local. Under the hood it uses the SSH File Transfer Protocol also known as SFTP
Filestash is a web interface to access your SFTP server from your browser. It makes it easy to explore / edit / upload/ download / delete / rename anything on your server
Open up your files and easily edit them directly from your browser. It even works with word documents, spreadsheet and presentations
Create shared links without sharing any credentials to anyone. Protect those links with a password, make it available to a specific email adress or a domain, there's many options available.
Shared links can be mounted in your file manager and be used like any other network drive
You don't have to trust us. The code of our software is available on github for everyone to download, audit, selfhost and contribute back
Filestash can be configured to look and feel in many different ways, both with your own design and through configuration via the admin console. If you need to get further, you can extend the program by creating custom plugins
SFTP stands for SSH File Transfer Protocol
It is a protocol for securely transfer file over a network between a client that can use that protocol and a server that implements the protocol.
The particularity of SFTP compared to FTP and FTPS is how it uses SSH as a transport mechanism to securely transfer file.ssft
To use SFTP, you need both a server which implement the SFTP protocol like openssh and a client to communicate with that server.
To transfer files using SFTP, you need to connect to a server that can speak SFTP by using an SFTP Client (eg: Filezilla FTP, WinSCP, Filestash, Cyberduck, ...). Typically you would drag and drop files on your SFTP client to the desired location.
You can use an SFTP web client like Filestash which comes with a web interface to access and transfer your files.
The SFTP protocol typically uses port 22.
SSH is to SFTP what a cinder block is to a house. SFTP leverages the SSH protocol as a transport mechanism to securely transfer your files over a network.
Both FTP and SFTP share the same use case to transfer file over a network. What stands them apart is the nitty gritty details in the protocol. The biggest difference is SFTP leverages SSH for encryption whereas FTPS use SSL and bare FTP has no encryption at all.
Yes. It works like this: `curl -k "sftp://test.rebex.net/readme.txt" --user "demo:password"`
OpenSSH is the most popular SFTP implementation but some other exists like proFTPd. Also you can find a few unix shell that provide SFTP access like https://sdf.org/