FTP Program Integrated on Firefox

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I use a lot an FTP program for upload and download files to my server, I used CoreFTP Lite that is a free software but I have to start it every time I need it or leaving it open. Well I was surfing the web with Stumble when I see this little program that integrates on Firefox and now I just have to click on a button on my browser and voila! I have a new tab with the FTP integrated.

fireftplogo This program is just 135Kb and its named FireFTP, yo can download it HERE.

Look at the image below (Click on it to see a large image) and you can see inside the red circle the icon of this program and as you can see too I have two tabs opened.


Some Features are:

  • It’s free!
  • Cross-platform: Works on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
  • Secure: SSL/TLS support, same encryption used with online banking and shopping
  • Synchronization: Keep directories in sync while navigating
  • Directory Comparison: Compare directory content (compares subdirectories too!)
  • International: Available in over 20 languages
  • Character Set Support:UTF8 and just about any other character encoding supported
  • Automatic reconnect and resuming of tranfers
  • Search/Filtering
  • Integrity Checks of transfers (XMD5, XSHA1)
  • Export/Import accounts
  • Remote Editing
  • File Hashing: Generate hashes of files (MD5, various SHA’s)
  • Drag & Drop
  • Timestamp Synchronization
  • Proxy support
  • Advanced properties (CHMOD, recursive CHMOD, thumbnails)
  • Tutorials and help files available along with personalized support
  • IPv6 support
  • Open Source!
  • Seamless integration with Mozilla Firefox
  • …did I mention it’s free? :-)

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