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|.NET > Internet > Security: SSH, SFTP etc|
SFTP NET Managed v.5.2||SW
||23 Nov 2007
|By EldoS Corporation. Developing communication applications is not easy even in Microsoft .NET, and requires attention to every step. Implementing core communication protocols such as SFTP or SSH is even more difficult, requiring the developers to have strong skills in communication and security and to pay a lot of attention to every little detail.
SFTP NET Managed allows developing SFTP and SSH-based applications in .NET Framework quickly and securely. No specific skills or experience are required from the .NET developers - except that they have to know how to program for the .NET platform.
SFTP NET Managed embeds SFTP and SSH protocols into a set of .NET components, implementing both client-side and server-side routines. All versions of Microsoft.NET platform are supported, including the Compact Framework version.
Deploy your SFTP .NET product sooner with SFTPBlackbox. Having to develop, debug and test every little detail in the low-level protocols such as SFTP and SSH slows down .NET development. Having it done by developers with no past experience in dealing with SFTP or other secure communication protocols can easily lead to a complete disaster. Teach the developers about SFTP and .NET integration with comprehensive documentation and knowledge bases provided with SFTP NET Managed. Train your .NET programmers to develop secure communication applications with a number of samples implementing typical SFTP .NET projects. Speed up your way to the final release and use ready-made SFTP .NET components for Microsoft .NET Framework.
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