Secure File Transfer Protocol

Software Downloads for Secure File Transfer (SFTP) and Secure Copy (SCP) are secure methods of transferring files between computers on a network. Information sent through these methods is encrypted before sending across the Internet, which prevents anyone who might intercept the traffic from deciphering the content of the information. They help share files with others, share data between multiple systems, and download files for backup onto a second system.

What type of Secure FTP access does the University offer?

Linux users may use SFTP and SCP for their systems or when working with your Glue or GRACE account.  Glue and GRACE utilize your DirectoryID and passphrase.

What do I use to access Secure FTP?