Synchronize two FTP sites or local directories. FTPSync is useful for updating your home page or corporate web site, maintaining an off-site backup, maintaining web site mirrors, etc.

Main features

  • supports UNIX, Microsoft, IBM and Novell type FTP servers
  • only new or changed files are transferred
  • console type application that can be easily executed from various schedulers and batch files
  • supports FTP and FTPS (secure FTP, explicit & implicit)
  • brandable version available for bundling with other products

FTPSync is intended for computer experts - it has no user interface, so users must know how to edit standard Windows INI files. Synchronization can be configured on the fly from batch files or other applications, making it a convenient tools when sync authomation is required.

FTPSync requires Microsoft .NET 2.0 or later (latest version - Microsoft .NET 4.5 at the time of this writing - is recommended).


FTPSync documentation is available on-line. News, tips & development info is published in blog or you may subscribe to low volume announcements mailing list or follow FTPSync on Facebook.


Latest stable release: FTPSync 2.9.13 [3.5 MB], released Apr 5, 2015


CyberKiko FTPSync is free to use for personal use, or use in non-commercial environments (non-profit, education, government). For use in commercial environment, you may use FTPSync free for evaluation purposes for up to 90 days. After that you must acquire a license:

Option Use case Price  
Small business For use on up to 25 computers within your company. $19.95  BUY NOW!
Enterprise For use on unlimited number of computers within your company. $39.95  BUY NOW!
Brandable For distribution/bundling with other software, on unlimited number of computers within and outside your company, with customizable look (using your brand). $89.95  BUY NOW!



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