Connecting to every server.
With an easy to use interface, connect to FTP (File Transfer Protocol), SFTP (SSH Secure File Transfer), WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning), Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage and Rackspace Cloud Files.
Edit any file with your preferred editor.
To edit files, a seamless integration with any external editor application makes it easy to change content quickly. Edit any text or binary file on the server in your preferred application.
Distribute your content in the cloud.
Both Amazon CloudFront and Akamai content delivery networks (CDN) can be easily configured to distribute your files worldwide from edge locations. Connect to any server using FTP, SFTP or WebDAV and configure it as the origin of a new Amazon CloudFront CDN distribution.
Manage custom origin, basic and streaming CloudFront distributions. Toggle deployment, define CNAMEs, distribution access logging and set the default index file.
Google Cloud Storage
With OAuth or interoperable authentication support. Share files securely with an authenticated URL. Configure bucket access logging to get statistics with Qloudstat.
Amazon S3 for the rest of us.
Browse Amazon Simple Storage Service like your harddisk. Supporting the latest and greatest additions to the S3 storage options. Define website endpoints, enable access logging, configure storage class, encryption and bucket location.
Versioning and MFA
Support for bucket versioning and Multi-Factor Authentication Delete. With versioning enabled, revert to any previous version of a file.
Configure Access Control Lists (ACLs) for fine grained access permissions. Copy a signed URL for temporary access.
You can edit standard HTTP headers and add custom HTTP headers to files to store metadata and control cache expire settings. Batch editing included.
First class bookmarking.
Organize your bookmarks with drag and drop and quickly search using the filter field.
Drag and drop bookmarks to the Finder.app and drop files onto bookmarks to upload.
Spotlight Importer for bookmark files.
History of visited servers with timestamp of last access.
Auto discovery of FTP & WebDAV services on the local network.
Import Bookmarks from third-party applications.
Browse with ease.
Browse and move your files quickly in the browser with caching enabled for the best performance. Works with any character encoding for the correct display of Umlaute, Japanese and Chinese.
Quickly preview files with Quick Look. Press the space key to preview files like in Finder.app without explicitly downloading.
The outline view of the browser allows to browse large folder structures efficiently. Cut & paste or drag & drop files to organize.
Quickly copy or open the corresponding HTTP URLs of a selected file in your web browser. Includes CDN and signed URLs for S3.
Limit the number of concurrent transfers and filter files using a regular expression. Resume both interrupted download and uploads. Recursively transfer directories.
Download and Upload
Drag and drop to and from the browser to download and upload or copy files between servers. No hassle.
Synchronize local with remote directories (and vice versa) and get a preview of affected files before any action is taken.
Support for Growl, the global notification system for file transfer events. See growl.info.
Advanced SSH features.
No compromise accessing your SFTP servers with all the bells and whistles.
Authentication and security
Supports Public key authentication, Keyboard Interactive (PAM) Authentication and one-time passwords. Support for various encryption ciphers (3DES, Blowfish, Twofish, AES, CAST) and Authentication algorithms (MD5, SHA1). Optionally transfer files using Secure Copy (SCP).
Read settings from your existing OpenSSH configuration options including Host aliases, public key authentication preferences and default login user. Integration with Terminal.app to open the current working directory in a shell. Works with PuTTY private keys.
Archive and expand TAR, ZIP files remotely over SSH.
Integration with system technologies.
A native citizen of Mac OS X and Windows.
All passwords are stored in the system Keychain as Internet passwords available also to third party applications. Certificates are validated using the trust settings in the Keychain.
Use Cyberduck as default system wide protocol handler for FTP and SFTP. Open .inetloc files and .duck bookmark files from the Finder.
Reads your proxy configuration from network settings. Encrypts passwords limiting access to your account.
We are open.
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Copyright (c) 2002-2013 David V. Kocher and Yves Langisch. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
This product includes software developed by Duncan McGregor et al. (Rococoa), Timothy Wall et al. (JNA), Jeroen Frijters (IKVM.NET), Christian Plattner et al. (Ganymed), Apache Software Foundation (Apache Commons), Jon Stevens (Sardine), James Murty (jetS3t), Lowell Vaughn et al. (Cloud Files API), Christopher Forsythe et al. (Growl), M. Uli Kusterer (UKCrashReporter), Kurt Revis (SNDisclosableView), Shaun Wexler (CTGradient), Brian Amerige (EMKeychain), Steve McLeod (barbarywatchservice) Lucas Newman (AquaticPrime), Andy Matuschak (Sparkle), wyDay (wyUpdate), Jeremy D. Miller (StructureMap), Ayende Rahien (Rhino Mocks).