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Announcing NCM 7.7
With NCM 7.7, you can examine the rules that make up an access control list for a Cisco ASA device. Then you can apply filters to display only rules that meet the specified criteria, order the rules by line number or by the hit count, and much more.
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Serv-U Managed File Transfer & Serv-U FTP Server

Serv-U Managed File Transfer & Serv-U FTP Server

Serv-U FTP

Serv-U FTP is a simple, affordable, easy-to-use FTP server software for Windows and Linux operating systems. Reliable file transfer using FTP and FTPS over both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Transfer multiple and large files with drag-and-drop via HTTP in a web browser, including from iOS® and Android™. The wizard-driven interface lets you create users and groups that can be given access to the file server. Automatically move or delete files after transfer. Disable/reset usernames and passwords after a specified number of days.

Serv-U Managed FTS

Enhance security and control over file transfers in and outside of your organization using Serv-U Managed FTS. Secure file transfer and file sharing from an intuitive, central console. Go beyond Serv-U™ FTP Server to enable file transfers supported by FTP, FTPS, SFTP and HTTP/S over IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Allow peer-to-peer file transfers from web and mobile devices. Maintain compliance with PCI DSS, HIPAA, FISMA, SOX, and other standards involving securing data in transit. Integrate with NAS/SAN and external database servers for easy storage access and HA clustered deployments. Monitor real-time session and user statistics from a web-based management dashboard. Add custom logo, text, and advanced custom CSS templates to design your own Serv-U web interface.

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