Upgrade brings OS X Mavericks support, additional iOS functions
FTP administration and file-serving software CrushFTP has been updated to version 6.4, bringing with it support for OS X 10.9 Mavericks and additional support for iOS devices. The new update offers many changes and improvements, and fixes numerous bugs.
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.