Press Release: February 16, 2010
It allows administrators to control the fundamentals of a server and upload files using high level encryption technology. Each file is uniquely encrypted when uploaded. Files can be uploaded to more than one server at a time. Programs can be run before and after files are uploaded and windows services can be stopped and started in a controlled manner. All communication between the Client and the server is encrypted with a unique key. Software that attempts connection without this key is disconnected immediately.
The administrator can designate other users to have administrative rights to the server. The administrator can also select remote directories that non administrators have access to. This allows non administrators to upload files to the remote server without having to use plain text FTP programs that can leave the server open for attack and abuse.