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FEATURED BLOG: How the Coronavirus is Impacting Your Data Security

As the coronavirus continues to generate headlines around the world, it’s not just your health at risk – your private data is at risk too.

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What are SFTP Servers?

Control your data access and security by using SFTP servers. SFTP servers are secure servers that can keep your data protected both in storage and during access.

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What Port Does SFTP Use?

SFTP is a network protocol used to secure and send file transfers – but do you know what port SFTP uses? Read this blog to find out.

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Which is Faster: FTPS or SFTP?

If you don’t know FTPS and SFTP like the back of your hand, it might be tricky to know which of the two is faster. Read on to explore.

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Are SSH and SFTP the Same?

SSH and SFTP are a classic pair. However, they are not the same thing: one is a secure transport layer, and the other is a file transfer protocol. Read our blog for more on the relationship between SSH and SFTP.

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Are SFTP Files Encrypted?

You may be aware that SFTP is a way of transferring files, but are SFTP files encrypted? Read more to explore the answer to this question.

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Are SFTP and FTP the Same?

FTP? SFTP? They may sound similar, but they certainly aren't the same. Explore this blog for an explanation on the differences between SFTP and FTP.

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Are SSH Keys or Passwords Better for SFTP Authentication?

Which is better for SFTP authentication: SSH keys or passwords? Explore the pros and cons of each method in this post.

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Four Modern Alternatives to FTP Explained

Organizations rely on FTP protocol to transmit files, but this method of sending files has been tested by hackers over time. Here are four modern FTP alternatives to use instead.

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