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Internet File Transfer: Security Holes and How to Fix Them
As the demand for information sharing grows, the Internet has become the medium of choice for organizations that want quick, easy, and affordable file exchange. Most organizations today use File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to move private information across the public Internet. But FTP poses serious security risks that cannot be ignored.
This white paper highlights the problem with FTP and outlines the ten essential features to look for in an FTP replacement. It describes five scenarios in which products based on the SSH and SSL/TLS protocols can ensure reliable and affordable file-transfer security. Finally, this paper tells how Attachmate file-transfer solutions ensure interoperability, confidentiality, and integrity for data in motion.
- 02 Sep 2008
- 29 Aug 2008
- White Paper