FileZilla 3.1.2

filezillaFileZilla Client is a fast and reliable cross-platform FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) client with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface. Some of the useful features include drag and drop support, filename filters, network configuration wizard, powerful site manager, transfer queue, and it even supports resume and transfer of files larger than 4GB. When FileZilla v3 was released a built in updater was introduced. This allowed users to update their FileZilla Client faster and easier. Included are options to check for nightly and beta builds of the FileZilla Client.


3.1.2 (2008-08-29)

  • Allow drive labels with more than one letter for servertype DOS.
  • Slight speedup of transfer queue, defer redrawing of UI elements to idle time.

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3.1.2-rc1 (2008-08-24)

  • Add directory listing filter condition to match on containing path name.
  • Implement kiosk mode in which FileZilla will not write any passwords to disk. Can be enabled through fzdefaults.xml.
  • Add option to disable update checks to fzdefaults.xml.
  • Vast performance improvements if handling queues and directories with thousands of files.
  • Faster TLS/SSL handshake on data connections.
  • Queue should no longer get mixed up if LIST command fails during recursive downloads.
  • Fix crash if using -s commandline argument.
  • Fix spurious transfer failures if multiple engines try to list the same directory.
  • Loading invalid filters could crash FileZilla.
  • User/pass authentication for SOCKS5 proxy support was not working properly.
  • If stopping queue processing while recursively downloading directories, files added by the recursive operation will no longer reenable queue processing.
  • MSW: Keep site manager wide enough so that all notebook tabs fit.
  • Fix crash if server does not support resuming of large files.
  • SFTP uploads did not fail if server ran out of diskspace.
  • If compiled for some 64bit systems, SFTP resumes of files larger than 2^32 did not work properly.