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Welcome to the homepage of FileZilla®, the free FTP solution. The FileZilla Client not only supports FTP, but also FTP over TLS (FTPS) and SFTP. It is open source software distributed free of charge under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Secure FTP Server Solution on Windows Server 2016. Secure FTP Server is a full featured FTP server with support for secure SSL/TLS connections, IP security, anti-FXP options, per-user FTP client speed limits, user groups and MODE-Z compression. To set up FTP with FileZilla on Google Cloud Platform, you need to download and install the ' FileZilla ' and ' PuTTY ' software on your computer. Download FileZilla software here Download PuTTY software here Part I: Generate PuTTY Password.

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.

Last but not least, FileZilla Server is a free open source FTP and FTPS Server.

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

In addition, you will find documentation on how to compile FileZilla and nightly builds for multiple platforms in the development section.

Quick download links

Pick the client if you want to transfer files. Get the server if you want to make files available for others.

News

2021-05-04 - FileZilla Client 3.54.0-rc1 released

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Bugfixes and minor changes:

  • Refactored network activity handling, the activity indicators tooltips now display more accurate data
  • Updated SFTP components
  • Small performance improvement sorting very large directory listings
  • Fixed a crash changing numeric permissions value in chmod dialog

2021-03-23 - FileZilla Client 3.53.1 released

Bugfixes and minor changes:

  • Removed an error message on new installation where there is no sitemanager.xml yet
  • Fixed SOCKS5 proxy support

2021-03-15 - FileZilla Client 3.53.0 released

Bugfixes and minor changes:

  • HTTP: Handle servers sending early replies

2020-07-16 - FileZilla Pro Adds Support for Keystone V3, OneDrive Sharing, and Amazon STS

By adding support for the OpenStack Swift Keystone v3 identity service, OneDrive Sharing, and Amazon Secure Token Service (STS). FileZilla Pro is making it possible for its users to store and share files with greater versatility and security. Read the full news.

2019-11-07 - FileZilla Pro to continue work with bug bounty program

Building on success of participation in EU security project, FileZilla will continue participating and investing project resources in bug bounty program. Read the full news.

2019-07-29 - FileZilla refocuses on security after participation in EU bug bounty program

European Union-spondored 'bug bounty' program found some security issues which have promptly been fixed.

2019-07-09 - FileZilla Pro to add new features after recent customer survey

Read the full news.

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

This feature is only available on FileZilla Pro, if you didn’t buy it yet you can buy FileZilla Pro from our Store →

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

What you’ll need to upload files to Azure:

  • The name of the storage account that you want to access
  • An access key for the storage account

How to find your Azure access key

  1. Open an internet browser window and go to https://portal.azure.com.
  2. Log in as you usually would.
    Your Azure dashboard should look something like this:
  3. Click on Storage accounts in the menu on the left.
  4. Select your storage account; in this example, mydatabackups.
  5. Click on Access keys in the Storage menu.
  6. Click on the blue copy button next to an access key.

Configuring FileZilla Pro for File Storage type accounts

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  1. Open FileZilla Pro.
  2. In the menu bar, click on File > Site Manager….
  3. Click on New Site.
  4. Select Microsoft Azure File Storage Service from the Protocol drop down list.
  5. Enter your storage account name in the Storage account field.
  6. Paste the access key that you copied from Azure into the Access Key field.
  7. Click on Connect.
  8. Check the server certificate details displayed – Common name should include windows.net – and click on OK.
    Your Azure directories and files will be displayed in the Remote directories section of the main window.
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You can now transfer files between your local machine and your Azure account.

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Configuring FileZilla Pro for Blob Storage type accounts

  1. Open FileZilla Pro.
  2. In the menu bar, click on File > Site Manager….
  3. Click on New Site
  4. Select Microsoft Azure Blob Storage Service from the Protocol drop down list.
  5. Enter your storage account name in the Storage account field.
  6. Paste the access key that you copied from Azure into the Access Key field.
  7. Click on Connect.
  8. Check the server certificate details displayed – Common name should include blob and windows.net – and click on OK. Your Azure directories and files will be displayed in the Remote directories section of the main window.

You can now transfer files between your local machine and your Azure account.

The video tutorial below shows how to connect to Microsoft Azure Cloud with FileZilla Pro.

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Video tutorial: How to connect to Microsoft Azure Cloud

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