Note that SFTP is NOT FTP over a secure connection. Even though, from a user perspective, they behave the same, these two protocols are completely different, and you cannot connect to a regular FTP server using MacSFTP. The host you want to reach must be running an SSH server with a properly configured sftp-server, and can safely shut down the insecure FTP access.
Based on OpenSSHFeatures:
Based on GUSI, Copyright © 1992-2000 Matthias Neeracher
Version 1.0.6 released on April 7th 2003 is available. see the ChangeLog for modifications.
This version of MacSFTP will work for 15 days before requiring a serial number, which can be purchased online at the following URL: https://www.yaskifo.com/order.asp?ID=104381
- Drag and Drop File and Directory transfers in both directions
- 'Update' feature to transfer only modifications
- Encode/Decode MacBinary files on the fly
- Resume interrupted downloads
- Preserve symbolic links or aliases
- AppleScript support
- MacOS Keychain support
- ISO-8859-x and Unicode file content translation on the fly
- ISO-8859-x and Unicode file name translation
- SSH1 and SSH2 protocols support
- Key exchange: Diffie-Hellman group-exchange protocol & Diffie-Hellman group1-sha1
- Key types: ssh-rsa, ssh-dss
- Key pairs generation: SSH1 RSA, SSH2 DSA & RSA.
- Strict host key checking
- SSH1 ciphers: DES, 3DES, Blowfish
- SSH2 ciphers: 3DES, Blowfish, CAST128, Arcfour, AES (128, 192, 256)
- Supported macs: md5, md5-96, sha1, sha1-96, ripemd160
- a PowerMacintosh with MacOS 8.1 or higher, 32MB Ram.