File Mover Blog

  • 13 Jun

    LimagitoXI File Mover – Different Editions

    We’ve decide to enable all setup options in the Lite & Single edition of our file Mover. Version v11.6.12.0 will be the first version with this feature. So now Free, Single, Site and Corporate edition have all setup options available.

    This leads us to the actual difference between all 4 of them:

    • Free License
      • Single moving rule
      • Multiple instances NOT possible
    • Single License
      • Unlimited amount of moving rules (+/- 400 rules / instance)
      • Multiple instances possible
      • Free Updates (one time fee)
      • Installable on a Single Machinehostname specificnot transferable
    • Site License
      • Unlimited amount of moving rules (+/- 400 rules / instance)
      • Multiple instances possible
      • Free Updates (one time fee)
      • Installable on multiple machines at a single site
    • Corporate License
      • Unlimited amount of moving rules (+/- 400 rules / instance)
      • Multiple instances possible
      • Free Updates & Lifetime free upgrades  (one time fee)
      • Installable on multiple machines at multiple sites

     

    None of these Licenses allows you to redistribute our software. We offer a special redistribution license that allows other developers/integrators to include our file mover software with their own products. With this license you can add our file mover within your own product/service either as “SaaS” or “On-Premise” installation. Please contact us for quotation.

    Best Regards,

    Limagito Team

     

     

  • 31 May
    Knock Knock …

    Knock Knock …

    In version v11.5.31.0 we’ve added an option called Port Knocking. In this version it’s available with FTP, SFTP & SMTP. We’ll enhance this in future version.

    Port knocking is a method of externally opening ports on a firewall by generating a connection attempt on a set of prespecified closed ports. Once a correct sequence of connection attempts is received, the firewall rules are dynamically modified to allow the host which sent the connection attempts to connect over specific port(s). The primary purpose of port knocking is to prevent an attacker from scanning a system for potentially exploitable services by doing a port scan because unless the attacker sends the correct knock sequence, the protected ports will appear closed.

    PortKnock

    More information about Port Knocking can be found here:

     http://www.portknocking.org/

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_knocking

    http://linux.die.net/man/1/knockd

    http://blog.chipx86.com/2011/02/10/i-invented-port-knocking/

     

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  • 25 Jan

    Q&A 37: Using a drive letter when using LimagitoX as a service

    We often get an email that the service isn’t moving any files. After asking some more feedback about the issue we often get the following reply.

    ‘I am attempting to move files from a mapped network drive to another mapped network drive.  Both are mapped with a drive letter on my local machine.’ 

    Yes and we understand why it isn’t working. Let us explain. The LimagitoX service does not know about the mapped drive letters that you are using as a logged on (desktop) user. Even when the logon as user for the LimagitoX service is the same as the one you are logged on with (they are both using a different session). If you want to use drive letters with the LimagitoX service then you need to add them using our Network Drive option (Tools menu => Network Drive). First unmap them in Windows then map them again using this option. The service will then also map the drive letters at startup in it’s own session.

    Best Regards,

    Limagito Team
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