CrushFTPdrive added, over 35 bug fixes in new edition
Veteran FTP administration and file-serving software CrushFTP has been updated to version 6.3. The new update offers many changes and improvements, and fixes numerous bugs. A primary new feature is CrushFTP Drive for Enterprise, which allows users to connect directly to CrushFTP as a normal network server in either OS X or Windows.
User management functionality expanded
CrushFTP has released an update to its self-titled FTP software. Version 5.0.3 offers improved user-management functionality and options for consolidating multiple Virtual File Systems. SSH port forwarding has been added, along with support for additional FTP servers when acting as a FTP Proxy/Protocol Translator.
CrushFTP 4.9.6 ships
CrushFTP has updated its webserver technology, releasing CrushFTP 4.9.6, improving the overall speed of the software's server and fixing a bug in the software's WebDAV client that crashed Mac OS X 10.5's Finder. SFTP (Secure FTP) connections are faster in version 4.9.6 and directory deletions can be done all at once, instead of line-by-line. In addition to the WedDAV bugfix, there are numerous other fixes in 4.9.6, including a bug with folders that had a double space in them with a FTP proxy, a fix for GUI sizing in the preference window and a repair for problems with Active Directory style domains and usernames.