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Cyberduck
Developer(s)David V. Kocher, Yves Langisch
Initial releaseApril 2002; 18 years ago[1]
Stable release
7.2.1[2] / November 27, 2019; 11 months ago
Repository
Written inJava, C#
Operating systemmacOS, Windows
Available in37 languages
TypeFTP client
LicenseGNU General Public License v3.0 or later[3]
Websitecyberduck.io

Ftp For Mac Cyberduck

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How to upload files using Cyberduck with FTPS and SFTP. Updated 1 month ago by Ben Oates Cyberduck (external link opens in a new window) is a popular commercial FTP/SFTP client for Windows and MacOS. The screenshots in this guide are from the Windows version, but the Mac version is essentially identical. Cyberduck is an open-source client for FTP and SFTP, WebDAV, and cloud storage (OpenStack Swift, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2 and Microsoft Azure), available for macOS and Windows (as of version 4.0) licensed under the GPL.Cyberduck is written in Java and C# using the Cocoa user interface framework on macOS and Windows Forms on Windows. It supports FTP/TLS (FTP secured over SSL/TLS), using.

Cyberduck is an open-source client for FTP and SFTP, WebDAV, and cloud storage (OpenStack Swift, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2 and Microsoft Azure), available for macOS and Windows (as of version 4.0) licensed under the GPL. Cyberduck is written in Java and C# using the Cocoa user interface framework on macOS and Windows Forms on Windows. It supports FTP/TLS (FTP secured over SSL/TLS), using AUTH TLS as well as directory synchronization. The user interacts with the user interface (GUI), including file transfer by drag and drop and notifications via Growl. It is also able to open some files in external text editors.

Mac

Cyberduck includes a bookmark manager and supports Apple's Keychain and Bonjour networking. It supports multiple languages including English, Catalan, Czech, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Welsh.

Cyberduck CLI[edit]

The Cyberduck creator also provides a version for the Command-line interface (CLI), called duck, available for Windows, macOS and Linux. It has its own website at duck.sh. The program can be used as FTP and SFTP-client, for operations with different cloud services. [1]

See also[edit]

Cyberduck as root

Ftp Client Duck

References[edit]

  1. ^Kocher, David. 'Cyberduck'. ~/dkocher. Archived from the original on 2002-08-03. Retrieved 2019-12-01.
  2. ^'Changelog'. cyberduck.io. Retrieved 2019-12-02.
  3. ^Kocher, David (2017-07-24). 'Changeset 42003'. trac.cyberduck.io. Retrieved 2019-12-02. Update to GNU GPLv3.

External links[edit]

  • Official website
  • Portable Cyberduck — packaged as portable application for external drive. (Mac only)
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Cyberduck (external link opens in a new window) is a popular commercial FTP/SFTP client for Windows and MacOS.

The screenshots in this guide are from the Windows version, but the Mac version is essentially identical.

Cyberduck For Mac Download

  1. Setting up CyberDuck to connect to your account
    From CyberDuck's toolbar, click on the Open Connection button to enter the new connection details.If you want to connect using FTPS (FTP via explicit SSL/TLS) then go to Step 2.
    FTPS allows you to connect using the cPanel username and also using the additional FTP usernames you can setup in cPanel's FTP Accounts. This type of login is ideal for developers, or additional FTP users. Access can be limited to specific directory tree e.g. if you want to give a developer access only to a dev or staging subdomain directory tree.
    If you want to connect using SFTP (Secure-FTP achieved via the SSH system) then go to Step 3.
    SFTP will only allow you to connect using the cPanel username and password, and will give the access to the entire cPanel account - this is ideal for the account owner.
  2. Connection settings using FTPS, also known as FTP-SSL (Explicit AUTH TLS)Connection Type drop-down: FTP-SSL (Explicit AUTH TLS)
    Server: Enter your home server name here (it may differ from the example shown) - if this is entered wrongly, then you Cyberduck will have trouble connecting.
    Port: Leave default (21)
    Username & Password: Enter your cPanel username and password, or the FTP account username and password you created using the cPanel FTP Accounts page.
    Save Password (PC)/Add to Keychain (Mac): Tick this box if you want Cyberduck to remember your password for this connection.
    Path: You can enter the path you wish Cyberduck to open here. e.g. / or /public_html/
    Connect Mode: Passive (PASV)
    Encoding: Leave default (UTF-8)
    Click Connect to start the FTP session
  3. Connection settings using SFTP, also known as Secure-FTP or SSH-FTPConnection Type drop-down: SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol)
    Server: Enter your home server name here (it may differ from the example shown), or your domain name, or the server's IP address
    Port: 722
    Username & Password: Enter your cPanel username and password
    Save Password (PC)/Add to Keychain (Mac): Tick this box if you want Cyberduck to remember these settings
    Path: You can enter the path you wish Cyberduck to open here starting with the tilde character ~ which is a shortcut for your home directory. e.g. ~/ or ~/public_html/
    Click Connect to start the FTP session

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