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Below you find a step by step guide, if you prefer you can watch our How to Upload Files Using Amazon S3 video tutorial.

What you’ll need to upload files to Amazon S3.

  • An access key ID
  • A secret access key.

Create a user and get a secret access key for FileZilla Pro

  1. Go to the IAM dashboard at https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam
  2. Select Users from the menu on the left.
  3. Click on Add User.
  4. Enter a user name.
  5. Tick the Programmatic access checkbox.
  6. Click on Next: Permissions.
  7. Click on Attach existing policies directly.
  8. Enter S3 in the policy search field and press ENTER on your keyboard.
  9. Tick the AmazonS3FullAccess policy.
  10. Click on Next: Tags.
  11. Click on Next: Review
  12. Check that you’ve assigned the AmazonS3FullAccess policy
  13. Click on Create User.
  14. Without closing this browser window – you’ll need the access key information – open FileZilla Pro.
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How to Configure FileZilla Pro to connect to S3:

  1. In the menu bar, click on File > Site Manager….
  2. Click on New Site.
  3. Select S3 – Amazon Simple Storage Service from the Protocol drop-down list.
  4. In the Host field enter the initial region endpoint. If unsure leave it as is.
  5. Leave port as-is.
  6. Copy the Access Key ID from the browser window you just left and paste it into the
    Access key ID field in the Site Manager.
  7. In the browser window again, click on Show.
  8. Copy the Secret access key and paste it into the Secret Access Key field in the Site Manager.
  9. Credentials that do not have permission to list available bucket need to directly specify
    the target bucket as default remote directory in the Advanced tab.
  10. Click on Connect.

There are two sections of steps to establish connection using FileZilla to Amazon EC2 instance. To connect to Amazon [email protected] instance, import the key file to Filezilla. Import key file to Filezilla. Edit- Settings - Connection - SFTP; Click on 'Add Keyfile' button. Browse to the location of your key file (.pem file provided by Amazon). How to setup FTPS server with FileZilla (FTP over TLS) Learn how to create your own SSL certificate and enable secure FTP.

Your file storage buckets will be displayed in the Remote directories section of the FileZilla Pro window.

Server-Side Encryption

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With Server-Side Encryption Amazon S3 encrypts your files as they are uploaded and decrypts
on download.

To configure FileZilla Pro to use Amazon S3 Server-Side Encryption:

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  1. In Site Manager edit your S3 entry.
  2. In the S3 tab select the encryption type:
    • No encryption
    • AWS S3 encryption: use Amazon S3 managed keys.
    • AWS KMS encrytion: use Amazon S3 keys stored in AWS Key Management
      Service (KMS). Select the master key:
      • Default (AWS/S3): for the AWS managed key.
      • Custom KMS ARN: for a customer managed key. Enter the ARN (Amazon
        Resource Name) for the key in the Custom KMS ARN box.
    • Customer encryption: use the key specified in the Custom key box. You can specify a Base64 encoded key by prefixing it with base64:

Amazon STS

You can access S3 resources that belong to another user by using temporary credentials provided by the AWS Security Token Service. This is done by assuming a role created by the granting user.

  1. In Site Manager edit your S3 entry.
  2. In the S3 tab enter:
    • Role ARN (Amazon Resource Name): this identifies the role created by the granting
      user. Your user will assume this role.
    • MFA Device Serial: your MFA (Multi-factor authentication) device identification if the
      role trust policy requires multi-factor authentication. This can be either a serial for a
      physical device or a registered ARN for a virtual device (eg an authentication app in your smartphone).

    When connecting and if the MFA device serial is configured you will be asked to provide
    the token code generated by the MFA device:

The video tutorial below shows how to upload files to Amazon S3 with FileZilla Pro.

Video tutorial: FileZilla Pro Connect to Amazon S3 Cloud Storage

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We are also offering FileZilla Pro, with additional protocol support for WebDAV, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Microsoft Azure Blob and File Storage, and Google Cloud Storage.

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Support is available through our forums, the wiki and the bug and feature request trackers.

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The user interface mentioned in the article will also be available for users of the free FileZilla.