Transfer Files with HTTPS (Windows)
Allow users to transfer files easily using an internet browser. End users can connect to VShell with HTTP or HTTPS to view folder contents, upload and download files, and more. Streamline the operational cost of secure file transfer with a clientless solution – there's no need to train end users on client software and no plugins to install. Automate file transfer using HTTPS command line tools such as cURL.
Limit Concurrent Trigger Actions
If the VShell host is resource-constrained or clients perform actions that cause many triggers to fire simultaneously, the server may become increasingly slow. Control this risk by limiting the number of trigger actions. Triggers will only execute the number of actions you choose at any one time.
Specify Deny Hosts Failure Time (Windows)
Ward off brute force attacks by specifying the amount of time in which a certain number of authentication failures from a particular IP address can occur. VShell will then add the offending IP address to its list of denied hosts and any further connection attempts will be immediately disconnected before authentication is attempted (SFTP and FTPS).
Automatic Removal of IP Addresses from Deny Hosts List (Windows)
Optionally, you may configure VShell to allow connections again from a previously denied IP address after a certain amount of time (SFTP and FTPS).
Allow or Deny SFTP Commands
Choose whether to allow or deny specific SFTP commands on a per-user or per-group basis, including SETSTAT, FSETSTAT, RMDIR, REMOVE, RENAME, and LINK.