This is a public FTP server. You can freely upload and download content from it.
You can enter directories by clicking on names next to the
This will enter the directory and display its contents.
Unless you are already at the top level,
you will find an entry
[GO UP] that brings you back up.
It's always the first entry.
If a directory contains a file with a common "readme" name, it's displayed below the listing.
Above the directory listing you find a box that shows your current location. You can click any of the parent elements in said box to directly go there.
You can bookmark directories by navigating into them and then saving the page to your bookmarks. You can also copy the URL to share with other people.
Clicking on a file name will open that file in a new window. You're prompted for a download if the file can't be shown in a browser.
Clicking on will allow you to download any directory and all its contents as a zip file. The icon is shown next to every directory in the listing. There's also an option to download the directory you're currently in above the listing.
Files can be uploaded into the current directory by dragging them into the window, or by using the upload button. Both methods accept multiple files at once. To select multiple files with the button, hold down CTRL in the window that pops up. Uploading will overwrite existing content.
Dragging a directory onto this page will create the directory and upload all of its contents onto the server. The entire directory structure is preserved and empty directories are created too. You will be shown a progress and confirmation window before the upload starts. Uploading will overwrite existing content.
Clicking on will delete the directory or file it stands for. Be careful, directories are deleted recursively.
You can use the "Create Directory" button to create directories. Note that you can't create multiple levels in one go. If successful the page will automatically move into your created directory.
means that the element is protected. You can't delete or overwrite it. You can still view locked filed and navigate locked directories. You can't lock or unlock directories/files.
Be careful with your uploads. Everyone can browse, download, replace, and delete your files. To protect your uploads, we recommend that you put them into an encrypted container.
Uploads are regularly scanned for viruses. If you upload something and it vanishes, it was probably deleted by the anti virus.
We retain the right to keep copies of your files for an indefinite amount of time.
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File count: .
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