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Interarchy 10 adds plug-ins, SCP support, introduces iFTP

updated 04:05 am EDT, Fri August 6, 2010

Update adds support for Quick Look, Cover Flow

Nolobe has unveiled Interarchy 10, updating the Mac file-transfer software today. The FTP client and download manager supports a number of File Transfer Protocols, like FTP over SSH, FTP/SSL-TLS, SFTP, HHTP and HHTPS. It also supports file transfers via WebDAV and WebDAVS and Amazon's S3.

Version 10 adds plug-in architecture allowing users to write commands to execute on a server, such as compressing files, running scripts, archiving files or restarting servers. New plugins can be shared with other users as well. Interarchy 10 introduces iFTP capabilities -- the protocol is built on SSH and is designed to replace FTP, WebDAV and SFTP. The update also adds two cloud storage options, now supporting Google Storage and Rackspace Cloud Files.

Other new additions in v10 are net disk improvements, Quick Look and Cover Flow support and SCP protocol capability. Speed improvements have been added, supporting up to 80MB-sec transfers over gigabit Ethernet, essentially limited only by disk speed. Interarchy's menu can be accessed through other software, allowing uploads and connections while working in a variety of applications.

Interarchy 10 requires Mac OS X 10.5, with 10.6.4 recommended. The software costs $50.







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  1. dsf

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Alternative to FTP

    FTP is becoming a thing of the past. Direct file transfer [DFT] is the new thing... the way file transfers were was intended to be in the first place [TCP/IP spec]. I use Binfer instead of FTP for data transfer. If you are interested check it out here: http://www.binfer.com

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