Mon. May 20th, 2024

File Transfer Protocol is an older networking protocol for transferring files to network servers. Here’s how to use it on your Mac.

Connecting to FTP in macOS’s Finder.

We previously covered the Terminal-based SCP protocol, which allows you to securely copy files over a network.

How to use SSH for secure connections in macOS talked about the SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP), which is considered more secure because it uses Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) to exchange key info for authentication.

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