Description: BarracudaDrive is a multi-user secure web based file manager with no need for FTP access. With BarracudaDrive, you can create your own private and secure peer to peer network. You can securely upload, download, and manage your files on your home computer from anywhere in the world. BarracudaDrive also bypasses firewalls and proxies since the communication protocol is HTTPS. The communication is protected by using SSL so no one can eavesdrop on your file transfer.
For example, if you have a high speed internet connection at home, you can use the BarracudaDrive web file manager to securely copy files to and from your home computer from any remote computer that has internet access.
BarracudaDrive comes with an advanced user editor and database that makes it possible to give your friends restricted access to your computer. For example, you can securely exchange any kind of files with your friends. Unlike a public peer to peer network, no external entity can obtain the identity to the connected computers or eavesdrop on the data being transmitted.
The integrated real-time chat server and client make it possible to securely communicate with your friends. Only users that you trust are allowed to enter the chat room.
BarracudaDrive also includes:
(1) A HTTPS tunnel for securing non secure services such as TELNET, FTP, VNC, HTTP, etc.
(2) DHTML User and Constraints Editor/database designed using Ajax technology.
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