Shortly after downloading the application for version 3.3 (on Windows XP), WinSCP started damaging files. This happens with many different extensions -- .pdf and .jpg files become unreadable, and .zip files can no longer be decompressed. This seems to affect transfers in both directions.
For example, upon passing a sample .pdf file through WinSCP, Acrobat Reader gave the following two errors when trying to open it:
1. "There was an error processing a page. Too few operands."
2. "An unrecognized token 'GC' was found." (where the "C" has two hash marks on its left side...afraid I don't know how to enter it."
Also, the original file was 7.94k, while after transfer it was 8.13k.
And once this started happening, version 2 (application) started doing it, too. So it's possible it's not an issue with the upgrade... Any thoughts?