TurboFTP Server supports virtual domains, which means you can set up multiple virtual domains on a physical host machine and provide different services on it. You can map any local folder path to a virtual server folder and assign individual users or groups access rights to folders within a domain's Virtual File System.
TurboFTP Server is an FIPS 140-2 compliant product and can protect transit of your sensitive data over the network with secure protocols FTPS and SSH. It supports FIPS 140-2 approved Triple DES, 256-bit AES, SHA-1, SHA-256 for encryption and crypto key exchange, and HMAC SHA-1 for message authentication. If you go for FTP, it supports secure FTP over explicit or implicit SSL/TLS. Otherwise, it can run as an SFTP/SSH service and provides also a secure layer to protect your data. In addition, it supports MD5, SHA-1 OTP schemes.
TurboFTP Server allows you to exert granular connection access control at both domain and user levels by IP rules, max number of connections, max number of connections per IP/User, etc. TurboFTP Server is highly flexible in terms of external authentication methods. It can authenticate the connecting user with ODBC, NTLM, LDAP and Active Directory. TurboFTP Server also provides extensive options to control users' disk quota and bandwidth consumption. It can create log in either W3C extended log format or NCSA common log format. Log can be rotated periodically based on time or log file size.
TurboFTP Server's management console allows you to manage TurboFTP Server over any IP network. With it you can monitor connected users' activities (IP, connection time, command) and watch a domain's overall performance in read time. It includes wizards to create SSL certificates and SSH host key pairs. You can set up the console to connect to remote TurboFTP Server daemon via an secure SSL/TLS channel. Multiple administrators can be created and granted only the privileges to certain domains.