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CrushFTP adds full Web server support

updated 10:40 am EDT, Wed June 20, 2007

CrushFTP 4.3.1 released

CrushFTP has released a significant update to its self-titled FTP and Web server software. The latest release -- CrushFTP 4.3.1 -- offers performance improvements and can act as a full-blown Web server with support for Server Side Include (SSL) directives as well as virtual domains. CrushFTP 4.3.1 supports virtual domains on a per-user basis, increases load handling under high connection rates, and improves the Webinterface with localization. CrushFTP 4.3.1 is priced at $30 with support for 10 concurrent users, up to $100 for no limitation on concurrent users (system requirements were unavailable).

The software can automatically email users about forgotten passwords, and enables administrators to specify the default column sort as well as what file types open in a new window. Admins can also create custom upload forms for users to receive a confirmation email when uploads are complete.




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  1. spinkb

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    SSI / SSL

    It should say SSI instead of SSL. While it does support SSL (HTTPS), the new feature is with server side includes. The things listed int he article here are new to 4.3.1, there are hundreds of new features over the previous 3.x release. --Ben Spink

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