Developer: David Kocher

Current Version: 6.2

Last Updated: 2 days ago

Download Size: 94.8 MB - Download


Cyberduck is an FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, OpenStack Swift, Backblaze B2, Microsoft Azure & OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox browser to transfer files to your web hosting service provider and connecting to cloud storage accounts from Rackspace Cloud Files, Google Storage and Amazon S3 with the same easy to use interface with quickly accessible bookmarks. The browser allows to download, upload and move or copy files using drag and drop with an hierarchical view to browse large folder structures efficiently. Transfers are handled with ease including synchronisation of local with remote directories. To edit files, a seamless integration with any external editor application makes it easy to change content quickly. Both Amazon CloudFront and Akamai content delivery networks (CDN) can be easily configured to distribute your files worldwide from edge locations.

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Release Notes:

• [Feature] Server side copy of files (OneDrive)
• [Feature] Support for wildcard host entries in known_hosts (SFTP)
• [Bugfix] Missing x-amz-server-side-encryption header when creating folders (S3) (#9378)
• [Bugfix] Preserve content type when overwriting files (Google Drive)
• [Bugfix] Missing registered protocols (CLI)
• [Bugfix] Long time preparing upload into vault (Cryptomator)
• [Bugfix] Set charset for basic authentication scheme used for preemtive authentication (WebDAV)
• [Bugfix] Timeout uploading larger files (Google Drive) (#10010)
• [Bugfix] Set checksum for large file uploads in fileInfo metadata (Backblaze B2)
• [Bugfix] Default ACL for new buckets has changed to private (S3)
• [Bugfix] Failure duplicating files in vault (Cryptomator) (#10017)

• [Feature] Search files fast without recursively listing directories (OneDrive)
• [Feature] Search files fast without recursively listing directories (S3)
• [Feature] Search files fast without recursively listing directories (Dropbox)
• [Feature] Search files fast without recursively listing directories (Google Drive)
• [Feature] Group protocols by type in bookmark window
• [Bugfix] Missing x-amz-server-side-encryption header when creating folders (S3) (#9378)
• [Bugfix] Interoperability with vault version 6 (Cryptomator)
• [Bugfix] Missing content length header in uploads to SharePoint Online (OneDrive)
• [Bugfix] Always trust invalid certificate setting not remembered (Windows)
• [Bugfix] Unable to rename files larger than 5 GB (S3) (#9983)

• [Bugfix] Failure to upload to root of vault (Cryptomator)
• [Bugfix] Disable x-amz-request-payer header for non AWS endpoints (S3)

• [Bugfix] New connections do not authenticate (Dropbox) (#9932)
• [Bugfix] Large file uploads do not resume (Backblaze B2) (#9935)
• [Bugfix] Failure listing folders with whitespace (OneDrive) (#9937)
• [Bugfix] Failure duplicating files (FTP) (#9933)
• [Bugfix] Failure uploading files with temporary filename option enabled (Backblaze B2)
• [Bugfix] Failure connecting to local disk (Windows)
• [Bugfix] Multipart uploads fail if the user lacks permission to list multipart uploads (S3) (#9948)
• [Bugfix] Synchronize files in vault (Cryptomator)
• [Bugfix] Repeated login prompt (2-Factor Authentication SFTP)
• [Bugfix] Enable copy of text from log drawer (Windows) (#9952)

• [Feature] Create encrypted vault interopable with Cryptomator (#7937) (Cyptomator)
• [Feature] Encrypt uploads into vault (Cyptomator)
• [Feature] Decrypt downloads from vault (Cyptomator)
• [Feature] Support for Microsoft OneDrive (OneDrive) (#9799)
• [Feature] Browse local filesystem in browser
• [Feature] Support format for private key files (SFTP)
• [Feature] Support format for private key files (SFTP)
• [Feature] Configure lifecycle options for buckets (Backblaze B2)
• [Feature] Copy pre-authenticated URLs (Backblaze B2)
• [Bugfix] Handle expired authentication token (Backblaze B2)


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 0
Review by AnchYou

Finally given back - I've used this app for years, but never paid for it. When I got my new mac this was one of the first apps in line for me to install, and when I saw it in the app store it was a quick decision. I am glad to have finally given the developer some hard cash for what is clearly the result of hard work. I use Cyberduck several times a week, and it is a solid app that does exactly what I need it to do. Thank you Cyberduck, for the years of free goodness, and I'm glad to finally be able to support you! Please keep the good work and steady updates going!

Found helpful by 19 out of 24 people
Version 0
Review by frustrateduck

Disappointment - DownloadedCyberduck for $24 USD on a MacBook Pro with Lion OS. It lets you connect, but you can't transfer files. Can't send them over and can't send from your server to your Macbook. You just get an I/O Error and failed connection. Type it in on Google and you will see this has been a problem for many others. Their support page should address the issue, but does not. Have spent hours tying to find a solution, but none to be found. Would not recommend.

Found helpful by 37 out of 60 people