Multi-protocol secure file transfer.
Remote access and administration.
Available for Windows, Linux, UNIX, and Mac.
VShell® 4.4 Server
- Secure file transfer server to protect data in transit
- Multi-protocol support: SSH2, SFTP, FTPS, and HTTPS
- Fine-grained access control for users and groups
- Secure remote access and administration with SSH2
- Quick to install
- Set up and configure easily; runs right out of the box
- Integrates with Windows AD and LDAP
- Enterprise-level reliability and robustness: “set it and forget it”
- Compatible with clients using open standards for SSH2, SFTP, FTPS, or HTTP
- Multi-platform support for Windows, Linux, UNIX, and Mac
- Runs on physical servers, virtual machines, and cloud-based servers
- Cost effective, connection based licensing
Quality Technical Support
- Dedicated and customer-oriented
- High level of expertise
- Quick response time
- Technical support begins during evaluation
Whether your needs focus on secure file transfer or remote access and administration, the VShell server for Windows, Linux, and Mac has a full range of capabilities that enable you to:
- Provide strong, multi-protocol security for data in transit
- Control user access to features and files
- Set up and configure easily
- Monitor and log events with automation support
- Tune licensing to your requirements with connection-based editions
New edition: Enterprise with HTTPS file transfer for WindowsW
A new enterprise-level edition of VShell with HTTPS allows your staff, customers, and partners to transfer files easily using a web browser, eliminating the need for end-user training. Streamline the administrative cost of secure file transfer – no client software is needed and there are no browser plugins to install. Users connect via HTTPS to view folder contents, upload and download files, and more. Automated file transfers can be scheduled using HTTPS command-line tools such as cURL.
SFTP virtual roots (Windows)W
Protect your internal SFTP server from Internet threats or leverage an external SFTP server by seamlessly transferring end-user connections from VShell to the target server. After authenticating the connections, VShell transparently transfers file operations to a separate SFTP server. Files are uploaded and downloaded without ever being written to the VShell server’s disk, assisting with standards compliance and reducing the disk space required by the VShell host machine.
Improved virtual roots user interface (Windows)W
The Virtual Roots category of the VShell Control Panel has been completely redesigned to accelerate virtual root configuration and improve usability. See at a glance which users and groups have access to your file system, which folders they can see, and what file operation permissions they have. Edit properties in place without opening a dialog.
Internal user databaseWMU
Eliminate the need to create system accounts for end users when accounts are only needed for VShell access. Simplify future migrations by letting VShell automatically include your users and groups when you move the VShell configuration to a new server.
Now on the UNIX/Linux and Mac versions in addition to Windows.
Specify deny hosts failure time (Windows – SSH2 SFTP and FTPS)W
Ward off brute force attacks by specifying the amount of time in which a certain number of authentication failures from a particular IP address will be tolerated. Any further authentication attempts by that IP address will be immediately disconnected. Optionally, re-allow connection attempts from a previously denied IP address after a certain amount of time.
Support for encrypt-then-MAC (EtM) algorithmsWMU
Support has been added for encrypt-then-MAC (EtM) algorithms, including SHA2 and UMAC.
Allow or deny specific SFTP commandsWMU
Choose whether to allow or deny specific SFTP commands on a per-user or per-group basis, including SETSTAT, FSETSTAT, RMDIR, REMOVE, RENAME, and LINK.
Please see History.txt in the VShell program group for additional information on other changes and bug fixes.