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JAFS

JAFS is an FTP server with some unique features. It features easy management via an encrypted Web browser, external JRMP/IIOP consoles or SOAP, SFTP support, password encryption with SHA-256 or MD5, one-time password and miscellaneous IP blocking methods, firewall/NAT traversal via UPNP use, a DynDNS integrated client, customisation via upload/download filters and scripting capabilities, and network integration with NT users or RADIUS servers.

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  •  27 Feb 2006 19:19

    Release Notes: This version brings some bugfixes and more integration features such as JBI support, J2EE integration as a Jboss, Geronimo, or Sun AS service, asynchronous event dispatching, and other bugfixes and new functionality. This is a feature freeze before the 1.0 release.

    •  30 Aug 2005 06:34

      Release Notes: This release featured a change to a collaborative source license, a new customizable events engine for EAI needs, a new LZMA-based bootstraper that reduced JAR binary size by fifty percent, and numerous other improvements.

      •  31 Mar 2005 00:25

        Release Notes: PKCS11 keystore support has been added. All MBeans operations and attributes are now available in the JMX documentation. Network interfaces complete refactoring, multiple network interfaces can be configured, Added an MBean to manage the network interfaces, Adding https support for the SOAP JMX adapter. Improved scheduler external tasks. Multiple dynamic IP host name service providers clients per network interface. An interface to plug your own DynDNS updater client. An interface to plug its own NAT portmapper drivers. The ability to manage multiple UPNP devices has been added.

        •  01 Dec 2004 14:01

          Release Notes: Some issues with IBM JRE (related to Bootstrap and SSL) were fixed. Some sync problems which occurred during heavy server load were fixed. Tests to simulate heavy server load were added. Some JMX 1.5.0 related bugs were fixed to make sure that MX4J adapter implementations are always used. The SOAP MX4J connector was upgraded, and hessian and burlap prots were added. MX4J was updated to version 2.1. A setting to define the IP TOS for the server data and control socket was added. A problem with tar archives created by the build on a non-GNU Unix system was fixed.

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