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How to register your app for Gmail OAuth 2.0 authentication

  |   Lukas Matyska

To set up OAuth 2.0 for your application, you have to register your application at Google Developers Console (for free). When you register, you will get client ID and client secret that will identify your application and enable OAuth authentication. ...

Version 2016 R1: Exchange Web Services and SSH Tunneling

  |   Lukas Pokorny

This release took a while, but we are sure the delay was worth it. New features include: Exchange Web Services support Rebex Secure Mail now supports Exchange Web Services (EWS) and provide a dedicated Ews object, making it possible to communicate with ...

Three decades of FTP protocol

  |   Lukas Pokorny
FTP

How old is the FTP protocol? Its history started 44 years ago and the first specification of its current incarnation was published 35 years ago. However, this October marks the 30th anniversary of RFC 959, which remained the authoritative specification ...

An SFTP test server you can run on your desktop

  |   Martin Vobr

Are you going to write some SFTP-client app and don't have a server to connect to? Try Rebex Tiny SFTP Server. It's free to use. No installation needed. Just download the ZIP, unpack it and run the application. Server started for the first time: ...

Write your own SFTP server in C#

  |   Martin Vobr

Why would anyone want to write their own SFTP server? Why not choose one of many existing SFTP servers, you may ask. Why Some of reasons for not using a ready-made SFTP server include: Simple installation. Just copy an .exe, run it, and see it ...