SharpSSH is a pure .NET implementation of the SSH2 client protocol suite. It provides an API for communication with SSH servers and can be integrated into any .NET application.

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  • I needed to upload a file to an FTP site via SFTP and I was using C# and .NET 2.0. After downloading the binaries, I wrote about 5 lines of code, and my job was done. Thank you very much!

  • Very easy for SFTP implementation!

  • Hi guys thanks for the this great library. I've integrated your library in an PowerShell Snap-In. Maybe this will be of use to you to :-) kevinrr3.blogspot.nl/2013/02/sftp-in-powershell.html

  • It's excellent software! Very good!

  • Downloaded and added to project, found a sample online and guessed at the rest. Did exactly what I needed (upload file to remote sftp server). Highly recommended!

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers, Quality Engineers

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2007-03-08