Titan FTP Server is an enterprise class server product wiith unparalleled performance and scalability. Titan FTP Server software provides an advanced feature set, giving you flexibility and control. An intuitive administrative interface makes Titan FTP Server easy to set up and maintain.
Security and Access Control:
Securing the important files on your FTP server is a key issue. Titan provides security and access control features such as:
- SSL or SFTP for secure file transfers
- S/Key MD4 and MD5 password encryption
- Enable or disable anonymous access
- Permit or deny access based on IP address
- Block FXP and PASV mode transfers.
Full – Featured Events Handler:
Trigger customized actions based on specific FTP Server events and conditions. Event Handlers allow the administrator to create rules that will respond dynamically to the current server state;
- Send an e-mail every time the server is started
- Create a custom log file for each user account
- Offload a file from the server immediately after it has been uploaded
- Notify the administrator of suspicious server activity.
For Large Enterprises:
Titan FTP Server Enterprise offers unlimited user accounts and the controls to appropriately manage them:
- Bandwidth throttling and maximum transfer speed to customize the bandwidth by user or server
- Regulate the number of connections from a given IP
- Block users and IPs after a configurable number of invalid commands.
- Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista
- Processor: 1GHz Pentium class processor or better
- Memory: Minimum 512MB system memory
- Disk Space: Minimum 100MB free disk space (for product and caching space) and 100MB for each FTP Server configuration
- SVGA (800×600) resolution or better is required when using the Administration program
- Fixed: New User Wizard was trying to add the new user to the groups twice.
- Fixed: New User Wizard would pull the params from a user if you typed the name of an existing user.
- Fixed: "Upload Failure" and "Download Failure" events are now being fired correctly for SFTP connections.
- Fixed: When running in FTPS mode, there was a potential for the server to send an invalid server certificate to the client during the SSL handshake.
- Fixed: Potential SSL transfer issue on Widows 7, 64 bit platforms.