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Open FTP sites in web browser

Opening FTP sites used to be built into old versions of Microsoft Windows.  This is no longer the case, but you can still open FTP sites in your browser with the help of Anyclient FTP software.  AnyClient Web is a zero-installation web based file transfer client that is easy-to-use and supports all major operating systems including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

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What file transfer protocols does it support?
AnyClient Web supports all major file transfer protocols including Amazon S3, FTP/S, SFTP, WebDAV and AFTP.Why

Why was it developed?
Users need to be able to transfer files without having to locate, purchase, install and learn complicated file transfer software. AnyClient solves this problem by offering an intuitive web based file transfer client that is accessible from anywhere in the world. Best of all it’s completely free.

Is it secure?
AnyClient Web stores your site information using government grade AES-256 encryption whose secret key can be unlocked only with your password. This secret key is further protected during your session using strong SSL encryption. AnyClient Web also supports several encrypted file transfer protocols that encrypt both your credentials and data as they are sent over the network.

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