Filezilla Pro Dropbox


Support for Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon S3 and DropBox. Though only available with FileZilla Pro, you can now transfer your files to your favorite cloud provider with FileZilla. Currently, it supports Google Drive, DropBox, OneDrive, Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure File Storage service and Google Cloud Storage. FileZilla Pro 3.53.1 Multilingual 24 Mb FileZilla Pro transfers files seamlessly between your machine and remote servers, using either FTP/S, SFTP, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Box, Dropbox, Google Cloud, Google Drive, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft OneDrive, Microsoft OneDrive for Business, Microsoft SharePoint, OpenStack Swift and WebDAV.

Welcome to the homepage of FileZilla®, the free FTP solution. The FileZilla Client not only supports FTP, but also FTP over TLS (FTPS) and SFTP. It is open source software distributed free of charge under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Filezilla Pro Connect To Dropbox

We are also offering FileZilla Pro, with additional protocol support for WebDAV, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Microsoft Azure Blob and File Storage, and Google Cloud Storage.

Last but not least, FileZilla Server is a free open source FTP and FTPS Server.

Support is available through our forums, the wiki and the bug and feature request trackers.

In addition, you will find documentation on how to compile FileZilla and nightly builds for multiple platforms in the development section.

Filezilla Pro Dropbox Download

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Pick the client if you want to transfer files. Get the server if you want to make files available for others.


2021-05-04 - FileZilla Client 3.54.0-rc1 released

Bugfixes and minor changes:

  • Refactored network activity handling, the activity indicators tooltips now display more accurate data
  • Updated SFTP components
  • Small performance improvement sorting very large directory listings
  • Fixed a crash changing numeric permissions value in chmod dialog

2021-03-23 - FileZilla Client 3.53.1 released

Bugfixes and minor changes:

  • Removed an error message on new installation where there is no sitemanager.xml yet
  • Fixed SOCKS5 proxy support

2021-03-15 - FileZilla Client 3.53.0 released

Bugfixes and minor changes:

Filezilla Pro Dropbox
  • HTTP: Handle servers sending early replies

2020-07-16 - FileZilla Pro Adds Support for Keystone V3, OneDrive Sharing, and Amazon STS

By adding support for the OpenStack Swift Keystone v3 identity service, OneDrive Sharing, and Amazon Secure Token Service (STS). FileZilla Pro is making it possible for its users to store and share files with greater versatility and security. Read the full news.

2019-11-07 - FileZilla Pro to continue work with bug bounty program

Filezilla Pro Dropbox

Building on success of participation in EU security project, FileZilla will continue participating and investing project resources in bug bounty program. Read the full news.

2019-07-29 - FileZilla refocuses on security after participation in EU bug bounty program

European Union-spondored 'bug bounty' program found some security issues which have promptly been fixed.


2019-07-09 - FileZilla Pro to add new features after recent customer survey

Read the full news.

The user interface mentioned in the article will also be available for users of the free FileZilla.

1. Find your site manager file
Filezilla keeps all of your sites and access credentials in an XML file called “sitemanager.xml” Here are the most likely locations:

Windows 7 & Vista :

Mac OS X:


2. Back it up
Just in case something goes wrong in the next few steps. Copy the file and name it something else, perhaps “sitemanager.xml.backup”

3. Move sitemanager.xml to Google Drive
I keep a folder in google drive called “Settings” which I use for program files that I sync. Place it where it makes sense to you, just remember that location for the next step. Note, you want to move the file, not copy it. It cannot still exist in the filezilla folder, or the next step may not work.

4. Make a soft link from Google Drive back to your Filezilla folder
Filezilla will still look in it’s default place for the sitemanger file. You’re going to trick it and point it to the file you have snyc’d on Google Drive. You’ll need to open up a Command Prompt (Windows) or a terminal (OS X/Linux) for this step. This is what the commands looked like for me, you’ll need to adjust the file paths as necessary. Note, on Windows, you enter the new link first, then the existing target, and on OS X & Linux, it is the opposite order.

mklink “C:UserspcAppDataRoamingFileZillasitemanager.xml” “C:UserspcGoogle DriveSettingssitemanager.xml”

ln -s /users/pc/Google Drive/Settings/sitemanager.xml /users/pc/.filezilla/sitemanager.xml

ln -s /home/pc/Google Drive/Settings/sitemanager.xml /home/pc/.filezilla/sitemanager.xml

That’s it! Fire up Filezilla, and you should see the same site settings now on all of your computers. Note, if you use “Synchronized Browsing”, you’ll need to create separate bookmarks under each site for each computer, as the local path to your files will be different depending on your computer.