ZitaFTP Server (for AmigaOS 4) has been updated. It now has a docky that shows you what the server is doing, and has a convenient popup menu, so you can easily edit the configuration, restart the server and quit (no more sending a Ctrl+C).
As posted by Kas1e on several forums….
Everyone who has registered a copy of the Enhancer Software pack can fire-up Updater now and got a new version of ogles2.library (v2.11), warp3dnova.library (1.68) and RadeonHD (3.7).
I made a video of the installation
And a video of some games being tested
Plain FTP is insecure, and it’s pretty easy to sniff your username and password. Anyone who manages to connect to your network can capture network traffic, sniff out your FTP password, and then access/steal your files. Tools to do so are readily available.
The bottom line is: do NOT use plain FTP for file transfer if you value your data. Or, stick to plain FTP and risk being hacked. It’s up to you.
Personally, I value security. That’s why I wrote ZitaFTP Server. It’s a secure FTP server (i.e., an FTPS server). The password sniffing techniques shown above only work with plain FTP (and HTTP), and fail the moment secure connections are used. I highly recommend you stop using insecure plain FTP, and use FTPS instead. Yes, even within your own private network.
ZitaFTP server Pre-Release 1.4 Quickfix 2 installation and test on my AmigaOne X5000.
ZitaFTP Server Prerelease Coming Soon Posted on 06 Aug 2019 by Hans de Ruiter In News Tags: AmigaOS, Products Here’s a small peak at something I’ve been working on. It’s an FTP(S) server that’s: Fast Secure Supports multiple simultaneous connections And more It’s still a work-in-progress, but is useful enough that – all going well – a pre-release version will be released for AmigaOS 4.x on Tuesday 20 August 2019. Want to be notified when it’s released? Click here to sign up to our mailing list.
As posted by AmigaNG user @Amigasociety..
My latest video on my YouTube channel… Just me having fun with my AmigaOne X5K on a nice large 43″ 4K TV. Check it out if you have a spare few minutes.
After 12 months of development, Airsoft Softwair, the hardest working men in code business, are proud to present the best Hollywood ever: Hollywood 8: Supremacy. Version 8.0 is a massive update with many new features and bug fixes. The most important new feature is full RapaGUI support on Android, which allows you to create GUIs for Android devices using Hollywood. As always with RapaGUI, only native widgets are used so the GUIs look and feel completely native. This is a truly unique feature because no other software allows you to create native GUIs for Amiga (MUI), Windows, macOS, Linux (GTK+), and Android! On top of that, there are tons of other new features, bug fixes, and improvements.
Fasttracker in a Browser!!
Fasttracker II was a music creation tool for DOS, released back in 1994 and it became THE standard for a long time for tracker based music.
1994 was also the year that Commodore went belly up, pulling the Amiga with them, so a lot of Amiga musicians made the jump to PC around that time, finding Fasttracker 2 as a perfect successor to Protracker.
The Advanced Visual Developer software by BitbyBit software status update! The Advanced Visual Developer project is intended to bring high level, professional visual development tools to the AmigaOS4(tm) platform.
As written by Jamie Krueger,
For any of you that may have seen my presentations at the
last AmiWest show, or read my post below, we (Amiga On The Lake
and myself) announced that there be a significant update to
AVD released to the current owners by December 5th of this year.
Also scheduled for the 5th was the new listing for the
“AVD Early adopter’s special offer” to go up on AOTL’s
store, where new customers have a final chance to
purchase the commercial AVD Suite at the Pre-release
price of $199 before AVD 1.0 is released.
So, for those of you keeping track, the 5th was a few days ago,
and nothing has yet appeared on either site.
Do not despair :-), there has been some unavoidable
delays since returning from AmiWest at the end of October
which have pushed back the intended release for Dec. 5th.
More info… http://bitbybitsoftwaregroup.com/index.php