FTPS with explicit encryption (SSL and TLS)

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earlwer
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FTPS with explicit encryption (SSL and TLS)

Using WinSCP v 4.3.2 and Windows 7 32-bit.

I can login, but cannot view files.
FileZilla works, but WinSCP does not. GUI and script and manual do not work.

I am using:
open ftps://username:password@ftpssl.gateway.servername.net:21 -passive -explicittls -certificate="XX:XX:XX..."
Are both SSL and TLS supported? The GUI pull-down do not allow both.

Log does not show any errors. It says 'Directory listing successful', but nothing actually gets listed.

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earlw
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That DID work. I did not see that email until now.
I changed the 'Support for listing of hidden files' to Off.

PS: It works with both the original winscp.exe and the update you sent me.

Is there a way to persist that setting to the command-line?

The command line allows me to change folders, but get *.* does not transfer anything. ls does not work either.

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EarlW
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ftps with explicit encryption ( SSL and TLS )

Fantastic! The latest version 4.3.3 (Build 1344) has no problem with the hidden files in both the GUI and command line.

To access the Inovisworks.net server, you can use the following command (one line):
open ftps://<username>:<password>@ftpssl.gateway.inovisworks.net:21 -passive -explicittls -certificate="xx:xx:xx"

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Re: ftps with explicit encryption ( SSL and TLS )

EarlW wrote:

Fantastic! The latest version 4.3.3 (Build 1344) has no problem with the hidden files in both the GUI and command line.
Just need to mention, that the version is not a public build. The fix will be included into the 4.3.4 release.

Edit 2023: Up to date syntax is:
open ftpes://<username>:<password>@ftpssl.gateway.inovisworks.net -certificate="xx:xx:xx"
(the ftpes supersedes the -explicittls, the :21 is the default, and the -passive is the default now too)

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saurabh bhardwaj
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Using WinSCP to tranfer files to an FTP Server

Hi,
I want to transfer data files on a system to an ftp server with SSL. How can I achieve that using SSL Explicit Encryption Mode via command line.

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