Secure file transfer protocol

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The term secure file transfer protocol or secure FTP may refer to:

Network protocols
  • SSH File Transfer Protocol — a file transfer protocol specifically developed by the IETF to run over secure shell connections
  • FTP over SSH, also known as "secure FTP" — the practice of using SSH to tunnel the older, well-known File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Computer programs
  • Secure file transfer program, usually known as "sftp" — a well-known command-line program, common in Unix, for using SSH File Transfer Protocol
  • Secure FTP (software) — a software package, by Glub Tech, for using FTPS (traditional FTP over SSL/TLS)

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