It's been an eventful day here at BrickFTP headquarters. I have one other security-related update to share with you.
Here at BrickFTP, we spend a lot of time thinking about security. If you are security geeks like us, you probably heard about the recent announcement from Google that the widely used SHA1 algorithm for security is unsafe.
The BrickFTP team is proud to announce the new BrickFTP Sync desktop application for Windows and macOS!
Expanding the options for Single Sign On with BrickFTP continues to be one of our most requested features. Today we're excited to announce the availability of "Log In With Google" support for the web interface of BrickFTP. If your users have a Gmail or Google Apps account, they can now log in to BrickFTP with a single click of the "Log in with Google" button from your site's login page.
Even though our team and biggest customers are based in the United States, our userbase is becoming increasingly global. Last month we had users from 131 countries use the service. And even our US-based users often exchange files with global vendors or customers.
We have reduced storage pricing again on our top two plans, dropping the price to $0.10/GB on our top-tier Corporate plan and offering $0.20/GB on our middle-tier Business plan.
We're proud to announce that BrickFTP now has support for providing your own SSL certificates for your BrickFTP site. These allow you to reference your domain directly in the URL with https:// (such as https://files.yoursite.com/).
Zapier is an "integration tool" that allows you to link hundreds of apps without having to write any code.
As many of you are aware, Google recently discovered a major security flaw in the older SSLv3 protocols used to secure HTTPS, FTPS, and FTPES communication. This was called the POODLE bug and you can read about it here.
As we grow, we develop more scale. As we have done many times in the past, we'd like to pass this scale on to you in the form of cheaper storage.
BrickFTP has just released an update that allows uploads of very huge files via the browser in just about any modern browser. Customers are now able to upload files to BrickFTP that are 1TB or larger directly in the browser, without having to use FTP.
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