Cerberus FTP Server Enterprise
Cerberus FTP Server EnterpriseTM provides industrial strength secure SSL/TLS encryption and powerful FTP server performance without sacrificing ease-of-use. Designed to use very little CPU and memory, Cerberus features a user-friendly interface that can be easily hidden or accessed from the system tray. The server is able to listen for connections on multiple interfaces (Multi-homed PCs), integrate with the Windows NT user database or Active Directory, run as an NT service, resume failed transfers, and offers an easy-to-use manager for controlling user access to files and file operations. Connection limit, timeout, and IP access can be controlled by the administrator as well as a variety of other settings. In addition, Cerberus FTP Server offers statistics on connections as well as robust logging capabilities. The server adheres to RFC959 and RFC1123.
Transfer data securely and easily with Cerberus FTP Server, one of the most versatile and reliable secure FTP servers on the market. The list below is a small subset of the features available.
Powerful SFTP Server
Managed File Transfer Solution
SFTP – The SSH2 File Transfer Protocol, also known as SFTP. SFTP is a network protocol that provides secure and reliable file access, file transfer, and file management functionality. You can also allow clients to use public key authentication for SFTP connections.
FTPS and FTP – There are generally two modes of secure FTP available, FTP with explicit SSL/TLS encryption (FTPES) and implicit SSL/TLS (FTPS). Cerberus FTP Server supports both secure modes, as well as plain FTP. We also support MODE Z for compression, extensions for IPv6, as well as international support extensions to allow FTP in any language
HTTP/S web client – The HTTP/S web client capability allows any user with access to a common web browser to easily connect to the server to perform file operations (uploading, downloading, deleting, renaming, creating directories, and zipping and unzipping files and directories) using a desktop or mobile web browser.
Synchronization manager to replicate all users and settings from a master server to any number of backup or clustered servers
Web-based Secure File Access
File management using a web browser with no software or plugins required
Allows any user to easily and securely connect to the server with a web browser to perform file operations (uploading, downloading, deleting, renaming, creating directories, and zipping and unzipping files and directories)
Native mobile HTTP/S web client
Two-factor authentication using any HOTP phone client (Google Authenticator, OTP Auth, Duo,
Multiple pre-built themes included
Web client image and video thumbnail viewing
Easily create your own custom themes using the popular Bootstrap 3 framework
Users can now request automatic password resets through the web client using email links and security questions (if allowed by the administrator)
File Transfer Integrity Checking
Robust file integrity checking using strong checksums based on SHA-512, SHA-256, or SHA-1 cryptographic hashes
Added Protection against Intrusion
Configuration and Security Summary, Specify SSL ciphers to include or exclude, Restrict login by protocol, Password Policy Settings
IP Whitelist and Blacklist, Automatic Account Lockout Temporary User Accounts, AD FTP Security Groups Certificate Revocation Lists (CRLs), Client Certificate Verification, SSH2 Public Key Authentication
HIPAA Compliant, FIPS 140-2 Validated
Exceeds industry standards with FIPS 140-2 and provides the necessary access controls to meet compliance regulations like HIPAA, ensures that data is not accessed by unauthorized users, and audits all commands and file access
Flexible Enterprise User Authentication
Create custom Virtual Directories for individual Active Directory and LDAP users
Powerful event notification and automation support using the Event Manager
API, desktop, and web-based server control
SOAP control API, Windows Service Support, and support for Microsoft’s Hyper-V and VMWare’s ESX platforms
Maintain full access to the UI when running as a service
Multiple web administrators with fine-grained access controlsPlease login to view full content