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Anonymous logins

Email address

When connecting to anonymous FTP sites, it is customary to include your email address as the password.  Specify the email address (real or fictitious) to use for anonymous logins.

SSH public key authentication

These settings are used to authenticate against an SSH server using a public/private key pair.  Keys stored using OpenSSH's ssh-agent and PuTTY's pageant SSH agents will be used automatically.

SSH private key file

Specify the path to the SSH private key.  OpenSSH, SSH.COM, PuTTY, and PGP key formats are supported.

Create Keys

Click to create a new SSH key pair.

SSL authentication

These settings are used to authenticate against an SSL FTP server using an SSL client certificate.

SSL client certificate

Specify the path to the SSL client certificate file.

Create Certificate

Click to create a new self-signed SSL client certificate.

ASCII types

To change which files get transferred as ASCII, add and remove extensions from this list.

Note If you need help with the settings on this page, consult your system administrator.