Version5.4.0 build 3970
RequirementsMicrosoft Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Date addedMar 09, 2018
FlashFXP is a powerful FTP client for Windows. Using its intuitive and customizable user interface, Flash FXP provides the quickest and simplest way to move or backup files between the regional computer and a remote server, or between two servers. Besides FTP, FlashFXP offers added security with SFTP (Secure Shell/SSH), FTPS (Secure Socket Layer (SSL) over FTP) and a smooth one time password support. Its distinctive features include multi-firewall and proxy service, rate limiting, server hunting, remote editing using automatic (or manual) uploading, automatic transfer scheduling together with email notifications, priority transport lists and comprehensive file transport principles.
Added a new Character Encoding setting "Strict character encoding" in the Site Manager / Options tab. When checked, FlashFXP will not attempt to detect UTF-8 mixed with non-UTF-8 text. On servers that do not use UTF-8 certain character encodings may incorrectly detect as UTF-8 and as a result garble the text, checking this setting can avoid the issue. We have seen this issue on Xlight FTP server software when using the character encoding Chinese Simplified (GBK/GB2312)
Fixed: A slow performance startup issue under a remote terminal session when the window state was maximized.
Change: When running under a remote terminal session we've reduced the amount of memory allowed to be allocated for remote directory caching. The original memory allocation limit was calculated based on a desktop PC and now we a different method for server environments to make FlashFXP more server resource friendly.
The crash report dialog is now dpi-aware.
Updated SecureBlackBox library.
Fixed: In a site profile if the login type was previously set to "Key based" and then changed to "Normal" the previously saved key was still used during authentication and before the password authentication. Now the key authentication is not attempted.