Access FTP through your browser

December 4, 2007 at 12:01 pm (Security, Tips n Tricks)

If you have all ftp things blocked, here is something that gives the gateway for ftp. Web2ftp and Net2ftp. Both of them allow SSL and anonymous FTP. And they allow you to change permissions and all the other things you do with your FTP app, including making a directory, renaming a directory, uploading in both ASCII and binary modes. Both of them even allow you to edit files and automatically unbundle any archived files (tar, tgz, zip, tar.gz) in the directory you upload them to.

With web-based FTP, you can FTP even if you use a browser that doesn’t support that protocol. So Firefox, Opera and Safari can use these services.


  1. reynaldosheppard4383 said,

    you may use too. With, you can access any FTP account through a Web interface – no matter whether there is a firewall or not. You can use ftp4net for the complete administration of your homepage, downloading files or just making small changes.Its a total web based ftp solution.

  2. Tom said,

    You can try BossFTP ( to access and manage your FTP server easily,

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