Software Update: FileZilla Server 1.0.1

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Version 1.0 of the open source FTP server FileZilla Server was released last week and a successor has already appeared. FileZilla Server is a small and powerful ftp server that includes support for fxp (sending files from one ftp server to another), secure connections (ssl and tls), gss authentication and Kerberos encryption. Unlike the client version, which is also available for Linux and macOS, the server version is only developed for Windows, but not very active. Since version 0.9.59, the following changes and improvements have been made:

FileZilla Server 1.0.1

New features:

  • Log messages in the administration interface are now colored using the same scheme as FileZilla client’s and automatically scroll down unless the user decides otherwise.

Bug fixes and minor changes:

  • The Windows installer no longer disrupts logging settings from previous installations
  • Fixed a bug that would cause failed transfers in certain conditions
  • Fixed display of vowels with umlauts and other non-ASCII characters in the groups selection for users in the administration interface
  • Fixed assorted crashes
  • Fixed possible race conditions

FileZilla Server 1.0.0

New features:

  • Support for Let’s Encrypt and other certificate providers using ACME
  • Improved display of log messages in the administration interface

Bug fixes and minor changes:

  • Changed session ticket/PSK generation when using TLS 1.3, new tickets are now only sent on the control connection
  • Changes to settings such as passive mode ports now affect connected sessions
  • Deleting a user now affects connected sessions logged in as that user
  • Fixed assorted crashes

Version number 1.0.1
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019
Website FileZilla
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License type GPL
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