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Wput is a command-line ftp-client that looks like wget but instead of downloading, uploads whole directories or files to remote ftp-servers.
Wput is written in the programming language C.
￭ wget-like interface
￭ TLS encryption
� Time-stamping (compares remote and local dates)
￭ Proxy-support (socks5, http)
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Wput is Copyright (c) 2004 by Sebastian Hartmann.
Wput is free software.
List of additional Source Code:
Makefiles for compilation
Wput Crack Free Download is a command-line ftp-client that looks like wget but instead of downloading, uploads whole directories or files to remote ftp-servers.
The –upload option can be used to trigger wput to upload files instead of just downloading.
This makes it possible to automate ftp-moves with wput.
If you have a problem using wput or need some kind of help for it please take a look at the FAQ.
The port of ftp-servers can’t be determined automatically.
Have you loaded some upload-files before?
Maybe you have found this by searching on Google, that an -o parameter.
So did we 🙂
Wput Password Authentication:
I would like to have anonymous ftp-accounts disabled by default, so the user has to run the ‘passwd’ script to activate it.
But I don’t want to disable access to ftp-accounts, but just let the user login only after he/she has provided the correct password.
I’m on Linux, but it is also possible on Windows, as I know the *BSD ftp-servers have this feature enabled out-of-the-box.
I just don’t know what the consensus is.
There’s no such thing as “the opinion of an anonymous person”, is there?
Is it right that even if a user needs to login as an anonymous user, it is best to invite them to a password dialog?
Do you support FTP accounts that have anonymous FTP enabled but a username-password?
Do you want to enable just FTP accounts or all FTP accounts, including anonymous FTP accounts?
There are more and more cases where anonymous FTP accounts or named accounts are needed.
I would like to let the user login to FTPSERVER anonymously after he has provided the correct username and password.
I would also like to know, if some user is not logged in, how the ftp-server can behave and what it does.
If wput cannot login anonymously after the user provided the correct user-name and password, there’s a chance wput is going to use the ftp-user to login.
What do you guys think about this?
What is your opinion on this?
I would like to know what you think.
This is a serious feature request.
It comes out of the blue, so you don’t have to
Wput Crack [Mac/Win]
Wput stands for Web-Put. Wput is a command-line ftp client that also downloads/uploads files to web servers or ftp servers.
Wput is a drop-in replacement for wget and it does not come with -O or -P options.
Wput is not limited to the download of a single file. Wput may download an entire directory or even all contents of a FTP server. It supports many different options like http proxy, tls and versioning.
The speed of Wput is unlimited. Wput uses a concurrency model and is designed to perform especially fast once connections to a server are established. Wput downloads using multi-threaded reading. Wput uploads using multi-threaded writing. This means that both connections are performed at full speed.
== Features ==
– Run without a GUI
– HTTP proxy-support (SOCKS5, HTTP)
– Time-stamping (remote timestamp compared to local)
– Selective resuming (of only parts that changed)
– Supports ftp versions 3.5.6 through 5.2.1 (Experimental support for newer versions may be available in the future)
– Directory recursion
– Supports archive files
– Works both as a client and a server
– configurable IO-Limit
– configurable Command-string
– Works well on large files
– Works well on slow connections
– Many options
– Simple to maintain
– supports wgetrc for configuration of many options
– built with C++
– cross-platform (unix only so far)
– OS-X port
Wput can be downloaded from my website:
== Downloads ==
Downloads of this program can be found in the file /wput-0.9.0-bin/ and I provide no support for these downloads.
Wput includes a Linux version compiled with gcc.
$ tar xzf wput-0.9.0-bin.tar.gz
$ cd wput-0.9.0-bin/
$ sudo make install
$ tar xzf wput-0.9.0-bin.tar.gz
$ cd wput-0.9.0
What’s New In Wput?
Wput is a simple ftp-client written in C/C++. It runs natively under
Windows, OSX and Linux. It can use both ‘passive’ and ‘active’ ftp.
Wput can resume file transfers with ‘wput -r’
You can download from/upload to any directory. Some examples:
– Download a directory to your desktop.
– Download a single file in a directory with ‘wput -a ‘.
– “wput -u @” uploads a file with username
and password in a password-protected ftp-server.
You can save a download file on local disk with ‘wput -s’. The file
is encrypted with ‘aes256-cbc’ with a random key every time wput
encrypts a file. This allowes you to resume a download later. You can
save a temporary file and delete it later.
Wput also offers a set of commands to limit download speed: ‘wput -i
(bytes/sec), wput -s (kb/sec), wput -f (files/sec)’ and ‘wput -u
You can also limit the number of files at download.
Wput supports a simple retry mechanism with the “+R” switch: It tries
to resume a download several times until a file is downloaded.
Wput supports tls encryption in passive mode. Read more on
or in the
documentation (Download Information SecNet).
Wput supports proxy servers in both active and passive mode. Use
“wget -p” for details.
Wput also supports time-stamping. If you use “wput” in a computer
with a different date and time set to the servers you’re downloading
from/uploading to, Wput will compare the local and remote date/time
and present the diff (in seconds).
Wput supports the wget-like progress bars in both active and passive
Wput uses lots of code from the wget-code. Wput has been designed
to be similar to the wget-code but more stable, and to be compatible
Wput now has a
System Requirements For Wput:
OS: Windows® 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10
Processor: Intel® Pentium® 4 2.0 GHz, AMD Athlon™XP 2000+
Memory: 1 GB RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0
Video: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600 or AMD Radeon® HD 2900 Graphics
Windows 8.1, 10, or Windows Phone 8.1 (Version 1.0.