[EN] New WinSCP (v.5.7.4) has been released

For many, many years I used FileZilla for all my FTP things. But few months ago installation files are not secure anymore. When You download newest version of FileZilla Clinet you will get special invader to your system: the rootkit. So I decided to switch for WinSCP, and after two months of using I’m very happy for this choice.

Few days ago newest version 5.7.4 has been released.


Three main impovements has been implemented with file – even French or Ukrainian translations are not most important (especially French) vulnerabilities for OpenSSLA are important – winscp574setup.exe
– MD5: d1be56e0748318009f22f8d94188b4e6
– SHA1: c095ad394981110a3b49db0a9421635e32df8ee0
– Installation package
– Includes translations:
   Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian
– In addition to installing application executable file, it can install public key tools (Pageant, PuTTYgen) and
   create start menu items, desktop icons etc.
– Also includes Windows shell extension for direct drag&drop downloads and console interface tool for running scripts from command-line
– For more details see http://winscp.net/eng/docs/installation


More information and files for donland are under links. And You can donate any sum for future improvements:

WinSCP is completely free application, licensed under GPL, and it will remain so in the future. You do not have to pay us anything for downloading and using it. However any donation is appreciated! 

WinSCP Downloads

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WinSCP 5.7.4

Installation package (5.5 MiB; 194,792 downloads to date)
Portable executables (4.7 MiB; 32,738 downloads to date)
.NET assembly / COM library (4.6 MiB; 1,715 downloads to date)
Source code (8.8 MiB; 860 downloads to date)

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