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FTP-Go is a freeware graphical FTP client written in Java
that aims to be quick and easy to use.
Key features are:
Links for FTP-Go :
- Intuitive graphical user interface
- Frequently visited sites can be accessed through a single click
- Passwords can be encrypted when stored or never stored at all
- Batches of files can be selected and transfered in one operation
- Key functions displayed in a right click popup menu
- Upload/download progress bar displays time to completion and line speed
- Total of server space used by a directory is shown
- Full functionality with no nag screens or advertising
- Works on Windows, MacOS, Linux and Solaris
There are a number of options in FTP-Go for the protection of stored passwords:
- You can decide to have a password can be entered at the time of connection and never stored on disk
- Passwords by default are stored on disk in a lightly encypted form and never shown on the GUI
- FTP-Go can prompt for a user password when it starts up and all passwords are stored in a
heavily encrypted form and never appear on the GUI
Installing Sun's free Java runtime
To run FTP-Go you will need to install Java 2 which
is a free download from Sun.
Double click the "FTPGO.jar" file to start the software after installing Java.
When reading a remote directory, long filenames with a lot of embedded spaces can
cause the parser to throw an exception.
Source code for FTP-Go
Source code is available on an "as is" basis for incorporation into other products
for a fee of 750USD payable by credit card. Please read the
license terms and conditions before