WinSCP Portable 4.0.7 Released

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Submitted by John T. Haller on March 4, 2008 - 12:04am

WinSCP logoWinSCP Portable 4.0.7 has been released. WinSCP Portable is a versatile SFTP, FTP and SCP client for transferring files that integrates with PuTTY Portable. This new release updates WinSCP to the current release. It's packaged in Format for easy use from any portable device and integration with the Suite. And it's open source and completely free.

Read on for more details...


WinSCP Portable Screenshot WinSCP Portable is a free SFTP, FTP and SCP client for Windows with lots of great features:

  • PuTTY Portable integration
  • Graphical user interface
  • Translated into several languages
  • All common operations with files
  • Support for SFTP and SCP protocols over SSH-1 and SSH-2 and plain old FTP protocol
  • Directory synchronization in several semi or fully automatic ways
  • Integrated text editor
  • Support for SSH password, keyboard-interactive, public key and Kerberos (GSS) authentication
  • Windows Explorer-like and Norton Commander-like interfaces

PuTTY Portable Integration

WinSCP Portable will automatically integrate with PuTTY Portable. Just install both PuTTY Portable and WinSCP Portable to the same directory (usually your X:\PortableApps directory on your portable device) and launch PuTTY Portable. When you click the PuTTY button within WinSCP Portable, it will automatically start a session within PuTTY Portable.

New In This Release

This release updates WinSCP to 4.0.7 (release notes) Installer / Format

WinSCP Portable is packaged in a Installer so it will automatically detect an existing installation when your drive is plugged in. And it's in Format, so it automatically works with the Suite including the Menu and Backup Utility.


WinSCP Portable is available for immediate download from the WinSCP Portable homepage. Get it today!

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... are up to date for all the new packages.
Btw. When did You sleep?

(The updater is up to date too, please have a little look on it. Perhaps we could open it for public testing)



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