No, we are not affected by Log4j vulnerability

No Syncplify software uses (nor has ever used) anything written in Java. Furthermore, and more specifically, no Syncplify software uses (nor has ever used) Log4j. Therefore, none of our software is affected by (nor it has ever been) any Log4j bug or vulnerability. AFT! v3.1.4 released

We have released version 3.1.4 of our automated file transfer client, AFT!This update features the following improvements: Workaround: uploads now can be completed even when the SFTP server doesn’t accept certain standard file-open flags, this allows to use AFT!, for example, to upload files to S3 via AWS’s quirky S3-SFTP protocol handler. Thank you.

Adding database support to aftJS (in both Server! and AFT!)

In the next version of the aftJS language (that will be included with Server! v6 and AFT! v4) you’ll find, for the first time, client objects to interact with several SQL and NoSQL databases. At the time this article is being written, this is still work in progress. But for those of you who can’t […]