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Re: SSL/TLS 1.2

That makes no sense.
SFTP uses SSH for encryption, not TLS/SSL. SFTP is superior to FTP.
It makes no sense to switch to FTP, because you want to use TLS 1.2.
That's must be some misunderstanding.


The company that we are sending files to is requiring that we use SSL/TLS 1.2 or higher. We are currently using WinSCP with SFTP protocol. I see in the documentation how to set the TLS level using FTP. Am I ok continuing to use SFTP, or do I need to switch to FTP with encryption in order to ensure that we are using TLS 1.2?