Wilmington, DE -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/10/2014 -- Syncplify, Inc. the award-winning company developing secure file transfer solutions (FTPS/SFTP client and server), has announced that all Syncplify products are immune from the recently discovered OpenSSL bug named “heartbleed”. Syncplify, Inc. CEO, Elena Zvidrina, says that “none of our products is based on any version of the OpenSSL library, allowing Syncplify customers to keep peace of mind.”
Syncplify.me Server! is a highly secure file transfer server software that implements the SFTP protocol alongside a state-of-the-art FTPS protocol that natively supports SSL and TLS without relying on OpenSSL. An intelligent and active automatic blacklist subsystem delivers an even greater security for mission critical applications.
Syncplify.me FTP! and FTP Script! are the client-side counterparts, and they also don’t rely on OpenSSL for their FTPS protocol implementation, making them immune from the “heartbleed” bug as well.
“Our customer’s information security has always been our top priority, therefore we decided to design our software from the ground up with such goal in mind; that’s why Fortune 500 companies as well as several government and security agencies trust our software for their most critical file transfer tasks,” said Fjodr Soyevskji, Chief Technology Officer at Syncplify, Inc.
Syncplify.me Server! is free for personal use, and paid licenses are available starting at $179.00 for the “Professional” version. Syncplify.me FTP Script! is priced at $49.00 per client, while Syncplify.me FTP! is free for everyone and for any use. All products support the Windows operating system, starting from XP to the latest Windows 8.1, both 32 and 64 bit.
Syncplify, Inc. is a young and dynamic ISV that aggregates several software designers and developers from around the world, each of them with at least 15 years of experience in secure file transfer solutions. Acclaimed for its notorious Syncplify.me Notepad!, Syncplify also provides corporations, government and financial institutions, and several security agencies with the most secure file transfer server and client software.