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Publisher's Descriptions
The FathFTP is a FTP-client and FTP-server ActiveX/COM component for Windows developers.

It provides your applications with the capability to access FTP servers on the Internet, upload and download files or even continue broken transfers.

It is a fully compilant COM/ActiveX control you can use in any ActiveX / COM Windows development tools. It includes: Visual Basic, MS Access, MS Visual C++, ASP, Windows scripting, etc.

Since FathFTP has a FTP server build-in, you can build peer-to-peer applications in few moments. FathFTP is a complete FTP file transfer solution.

You can download FathFTP.NET free here.
System Requirements

· Visual Basic

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