Diplomat MFT 8.2 improves secure file transfer workload automation

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Our aim here at Coviant is to improve the usability and flexibility of secure file transfer workload automation, while lowering your operational costs. We’ve been busy on our latest release, Diplomat MFT 8.2. This post takes you through the main changes – many of which are based on your input – and details of how […]

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Best Business Value award goes to … Coviant Diplomat Managed File Transfer

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We’re delighted to have been recognized again as the leading vendor in the Managed File Transfer industry for creating business value. At a time when software vendors are consistently raising prices, we’re proud to have kept ours at the same level for nearly ten years. As a private company we’re under no pressure to increase […]

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Is our hunger for CPU speed creating Zombies, Spectres, and Fallout (oh my!)?

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In another episodic CPU security vulnerability announcement, recent reports show that Intel faces another version of the Zombieload vulnerability, part of a class of vulnerability referred to as MDS attacks. These are evolutions of the Spectre, Meltdown, and Foreshadow vulnerabilities that reared their ugly heads in 2018  – all of which had potential to leak […]

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“I am excited to help shape what the future holds”

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Newly appointed Managed File Transfer expert Eric Hall explains why the future is bright for Coviant Software. It was seventeen years ago that I transitioned from my career as a network and systems administrator to the world of Managed File Transfer solutions. It is my true and distinct privilege to take the next step up […]

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Trigger File Based Workflows — that was easy!

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Often we encounter customers who need to create a specific file-based workflow that consists of transferring files from one system to another, across any one of the numerous protocols that Diplomat MFT supports (FTP/S, SFTP, HTTP/S, and numerous Cloud Storage vendors) only when a file set has been fully generated.  For example, a genetic sequencing […]

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OpenPGP Keys Under Attack

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It was bound to happen one day (though, admittedly, this is a “hindsight is 20/20” statement): the OpenPGP Standard Key Server implementation has fallen victim to attack. When the Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) Keyserver system allows anyone to affix changes (“attestations”) to a given key – and these never, ever get deleted. As a result, […]

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Changes to Java Licensing and how Diplomat MFT is affected

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Java is a widely adopted computer programming language and runtime environment that powers many software applications – including Coviant Diplomat MFT. The Java platform was originally developed by Sun Microsystems in the mid-90’s, and Oracle Corporation acquired Sun Microsystems in early 2010. Throughout its history, Java has been freely available for people to build and […]

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Using SSH Client Keys and Host Keys

SSH client and host keys are used when an SFTP client attempts to connect and authenticate with an SFTP server.  Client keys authenticate the user connecting to an SFTP server. Host keys ensure that the SFTP client is connected to the correct SFTP server.   NOTE: Diplomat MFT always acts as the SFTP client. Using SSH […]

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