HS FTP is a software library written in C which implements the client side of the File Transfer Protocol over TCP socket layer according to RFC 959. The library allows a user application to connect to remote FTP servers, traverse server directory structure and send and receive files. The HS FTP protocol module supports passive mode data connections, user / password authentication and a number of commonly used FTP commands: USER, PASS, TYPE, PASV, LIST, CWD, RETR, STOR, MKD, RMD, DELE
Offerd in two editions:
* Standard Edition (source code is not included): includes Static C Library and standard DLL library, which can be used from various programming languages (Microsoft and Borland C/C++, Visual Basic, etc)
* Blueprint Edition: includes all of Standard Edition plus full source code in C.
- FTP Client RFC 959 operation
- Server name resolution
- Concurrent FTP client sessions
- Passive mode, firewall friendly
- User / password authentication
- Asynchronous Operation
To connect to remote FTP server, the user application calls HsFtpCliConnect, supplying connection parameters, such as remote FTP server name or IP address, username and password for authentication etc and a pointer to callback function that the HS FTP module uses to communicate with the user code.
When the control FTP connection is established and HS FTP has successfully passed user / password FTP account authentication phase, the user application is asynchronously notified via user event callback function with HS_FTPCLI_USR_EV_LOGGEDIN event. The user application can now request remote FTP server directory listing using HsFtpCliList function, change directory HsFtpCliChdir, transfer files with HsFtpCliSendFile and HsFtpCliGetFile.
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SecureBlackbox (ActiveX/DLL edition) is the comprehensive component collection for network and document security.
SecureBlackbox is split to several packages:
* OpenPGPBlackbox - clean-room implementation of all PGP algorithms and standards with support for operations with PGP keys and keyrings.
* SFTPBlackbox - client components that provide support for SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP, Secure File Transfer Protocol).
* SSHBlackbox - client components that provide support for SSH1 and SSH2 (including compression) and don't depend on third-party libraries.
* PKIBlackbox - offers support for Public Key Infrastructure (X.509 certificates, certificate requests, certificate revokation lists, certificate storages etc.), including Windows Certificate Storages and cryptography hardware (USB cryptotokens, smartcards).
* SSLBlackbox - client and server components that provide complete support for SSL2, SSL3 and TLS1.x.
* FTPSBlackbox - client component that implements FTP (RFC 959) and FTP-over-SSL (RFC 2228) protocols for secure file transfer.
* HTTPBlackbox - client component for HTTP/HTTPS support including Gzip compression.
This is ActiveX/DLL version
HS FTP Library: http://www.hillstone-software.com/hs_ftp_std_eval_setup.exe
SecureBlackbox (ActiveX/DLL): http://www.eldos.com/files/sbb/secbboxax.zip
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