Titan FTP Server is an enterprise class server solution for storing and sharing files. With unparalleled performance and scalability, Titan serves a variety of needs from the largest enterprise to the home user. Titan provides an advanced feature set, giving you flexibility and control. An intuitive user interface makes Titan FTP Server easy to set up and maintain. Titan FTP Server is FIPS-140-2 compliant.
For Large Enterprises: Titan offers unlimited user accounts (professional edition) and the controls to appropriately manage them. Bandwidth throttling and configurable maximum transfer speed allows you to customize the bandwidth given to any user or server.
You can regulate the number of connections from a given IP, and block users and IP's after a configurable number of invalid commands. The control and scalability that Titan FTP server provides offers an excellent file sharing solution for even the largest enterprises.
Security and Access Control: Titan provides security and access control features such as SSL for secure file transfers, S/Key MD4 and MD5 password encryption, enabling or disabling of anonymous access, and the ability to permit or deny access based on IP address. The server also includes the ability to block FXP and PASV mode transfers.
For Home Users: All of the advanced functionality of the Enterprise version is included in a less expensive home version. And with features like configurable upload/download ratios and disk quotas, you can control the way that files are shared on your system.
Here are some key features of "Titan FTP Server":
· SSL/SFTP support for secure file transfers
· Virtual Folders
· Unlimited user accounts (professional edition)
· Bandwidth Throttling Support
· S/KEY Password Encryption
· UL/DL Ratios
· Disk Quotas
· Banned/Free Files Lists
· Anonymous Access Enable/Disable
· Custom Messages
· Log File Rotation
· Pentium class processor or better, 400MHz or faster CPU
· Minimum of 128MB RAM
· Minimum 25MB of disk space for the Titan program and 100MB for each FTP Server configuration
· 20 days trial
· Nag screen
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed: When 'Require SSL Certificates from Clients' was enabled for FTP/S, valid certificates were not being honored and the connection was being rejected.
· Fixed: When supplying an invalid administrator username to the srxCFG utility, no error information was being displayed and it would appear that the utility successfully completed the operation.
· When using the Admin or srxCFG utility, the service would use a case-sensitive comparison on the domain username during authentication, meaning that Administrator was not the same as administrator. The comparision is now case-insensitive.
· Fixed: Problem with the Web UI which could cause file uploads to fail without any error.