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SSH SFTP Updater Support

"SSH SFTP Updater Support" is the easiest way to keep your WordPress installation up-to-date with SFTP.

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5 stars
Best plugin!!!
By , for WP 3.8

This plugin make my life easier. Works great! Thank You

5 stars
Works!
By , for WP 3.8

Install the plugin, activate, enter the passphrase. Just works!

5 stars
Simply worked
By , for WP 3.7.1

Simple plugin that enables you to connect via SFTP. Worked first time and enabled me to upgrade WordPress and plugins.

5 stars
Does the job
By , for WP 3.7.1

Wish I had found this over a year ago when my host scrapped FTP, brilliant plugin. Works great.

5 stars
If FTP is disabled and you've to use SFTP
By , for WP 3.6.1

After I realized that the only options there are FTP and FTPS when WordPress asked me to enter login credentials, just with a single google search I came across this wonderful plugin. You can get it with wget and unzip in the plugins directory, activate and voila.

5 stars
Worked for me...
By ,

SFTP is the only non-anonymous-user option on my WP server, this plugin solved the problem of getting/installing WP updates using SFTP.

Thanks!

5 stars
Thank you
By , for WP 3.5.2

This just made my life easier using AWS. Thanks!

5 stars
Works great
By , for WP 3.5.2

We don't have FTP on our server and needed this extension. It works great!

5 stars
Indispensable
By , for WP 3.5.1

I´m using a VPS with about 10 WordPress installs. For security reasons I´ve completely disabled FTP. With this plugin I´m still able to use WordPress auto update features. I also did a quick write up on how I install WP via SSH and as a last step I suggested installing this plugin. Many thanks to the author.

5 stars
Much easier than installing the pecl ssh extension
By , for WP 3.5.1

I tried installing the PECL SSH extension on my server, but hit a load of dependency problems so I gave up and tried this instead. It worked first time and I had installed another plugin via SSH from within the WordPress admin within minutes.

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