Cyberduck is a free FTP program for Mac OS X only. Once you have chosen Cyberduck as your FTP client, you can use the following step by step guide to help you configure it with the proper settings.
You will need the following FTP login details to access your FTP account through Cyberduck:
You were emailed the FTP login details when you signed up for your hosting account, but if you no longer have that email you can view the FTP login settings and change the FTP password by following these steps:
1. Login to your Account Manager at https://www.domainit.com/myaccount
2. Click on the domain name you would like to manage
3. Under 'Service Details' you can view the FTP Hostname, FTP Username, and Remote Directory
4. Then, to change the FTP password, click 'Change Password' next to 'FTP/Control Panel'
You're done! Your webfiles should have appeared in your Cyberduck window. Now you are free to drag and drop files between Finder and Cyberduck.
Cyberduck is one of the default ftp clients used by the mac user community. It works very well with all apple desktop systems. It has been around since December 8 th 2003, but its first release on windows was on march 8 th 2011 and since then they have had stable update release to support the client. With cyberduck, a user can directly open a file and edit them with any editor.
|Developer(s)||David V. Kocher, Yves Langisch|
|Initial release||April 2002; 19 years ago|
7.2.1 / November 27, 2019; 17 months ago
|Written in||Java, C#|
|Operating system||macOS, Windows|
|Available in||37 languages|
|License||GNU General Public License v3.0 or later|
Cyberduck is an open-source client for FTP and SFTP, WebDAV, and cloud storage (OpenStack Swift, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2 and Microsoft Azure), available for macOS and Windows (as of version 4.0) licensed under the GPL. Cyberduck is written in Java and C# using the Cocoa user interface framework on macOS and Windows Forms on Windows. It supports FTP/TLS (FTP secured over SSL/TLS), using AUTH TLS as well as directory synchronization. The user interacts with the user interface (GUI), including file transfer by drag and drop and notifications via Growl. It is also able to open some files in external text editors.
Cyberduck includes a bookmark manager and supports Apple's Keychain and Bonjour networking. It supports multiple languages including English, Catalan, Czech, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Welsh.
The Cyberduck creator also provides a version for the Command-line interface (CLI), called duck, available for Windows, macOS and Linux. It has its own website at duck.sh. The program can be used as FTP and SFTP-client, for operations with different cloud services. 
Update to GNU GPLv3.
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