iGetter is a full featured download manager and accelerator. It can greatly improve the speed of your downloads using segmented downloading. In addition, it allows auto-resume on broken downloads, queue filtering by various criteria, site exploration, searching of mirrors, integration with the FileAvenue.net Web service, CD burning, scheduling downloads for low traffic periods, auto-redial on broken connections, auto hang-up and shut down on completion, and much more.
JaSFtp is an SFTP client designed primarily for automation of SFTP, FTP, and related tasks. It allows advanced FTP tasks to be scheduled automatically or run instantly. It supports a very flexible wildcard system to transfer multiple files at once, and supports subdirectory transfers. It can automatically save files based on date/time or customized names, and comes with a powerful and flexible task scheduler. It also features email notification of task failure, and monitoring of remote SFTP, FTP, and local directories.
ColoradoFTP is an FTP server that is fast, reliable, and extendable. It is fully compatible with RFC 959 (File Transfer Protocol), and its plug-in system makes it easy to extend the functionality with virtually any feature. The goal of this project was to create an FTP server that features the possibility to include tasks specific to a particular business.
iDropper is an application for creating FTP uploader client "droplets", which you can distribute to anyone you wish, or use on your own desktop. A droplet is a mini-application that sits on the computer desktop as an icon. Once a droplet is configured, FTP file transfer is accomplished simply by dragging files and folders onto the desktop icon. End users require no knowledge of FTP protocols, do not need to install and configure an FTP client, and never need to know your FTP login and password information.
EFTP is a backwards-compatible server and client which implement an extension to the FTP protocol. The extension provides protocol-level support for directory recursion and compression over a persistent connection. As would be expected, for the extension to be used, the extended client must be connecting to an extended server.