Mutual TLS for FTP and WebDAV

We have just finished with the implementation of mutual (two-way) TLS connections (#5883) for secured FTP and WebDAV (HTTPS) connections. When a server requests a client certificate for authentication, a prompt is displayed to choose a certificate with a private key that matches the given issuer name requested from the server. Matching certificates are searched for in the Keychain on OS X or the Windows Certificate Manager respectively.

 Windows Security PromptKeychain Prompt


To configure your server for mutual TLS authentication, refer to corresponding documentation.

This feature is currently available in the latest 4.5 beta build.

OpenStack Interoperability

Interoperability with different providers of Swift (OpenStack Object Storage) has been a field of attention in the latest maintenance release of Cyberduck. We are now defaulting to use version 2.0 (Keystone) for authentication with the OpenStack Identity Service with consecutive fallback strategies for different options of tenant specifiers. To use the  version 1.0 (devauth) authentication method with a legacy OpenStack deployment, download the Openstack Swift (v1) profile.