SSH SFTP Updater Support

Description

Keeping your WordPress install up-to-date and installing plugins in a hassle-free manner is not so easy if your server uses SFTP. “SSH SFTP Updater Support” for WordPress uses phpseclib to remedy this deficiency.

Installation

  1. Upload the files to the /wp-content/plugins/ssh-sftp-updater-support directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the files to the /wp-content/plugins/ssh-sftp-updater-support directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Reviews

Works with no fuss

With the latest update to 0.7.2 this now works fine with my WP 4.9.1 installation. Nice to know that software can keep on running with very little extra maintenance.

Years later, still working great

Plain FTP simply isn’t secure enough for everyday use. SFTP is great, but WordPress can make it a bit of a pain. This plugin makes it dirt simple, and works perfectly despite not having been updated in two years.

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Contributors & Developers

“SSH SFTP Updater Support” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.7.2

  • update phpseclib to latest version

0.7.1

  • remove deprecated function

0.7.0

  • disable modal dialog and use full screen real page when prompting for information

0.6.1

  • fix a few compatibility issues with 4.2

0.6

  • update phpseclib to latest version
  • make plugin work with 4.2’s new modal dialog

0.5

  • update phpseclib to latest version

0.4

  • fix an E_NOTICE (thanks, runblip!)
  • make it so keys that are copy / pasted in are saved with HTML5’s localStorage (thanks, kkzk!)
  • update phpseclib to latest Git

0.3

  • update phpseclib to latest SVN
  • read file when FTP_PRIKEY is defined (thanks, lkraav!)

0.2

  • recursive deletes weren’t working correctly (directories never got deleted – just files)
  • use SFTP for recursive chmod instead of SSH / exec
  • fix plugin for people using custom WP_CONTENT_DIR values (thanks, dd32!)
  • plugin prevented non-SFTP install methods from being used
  • make it so private keys can be uploaded in addition to being copy / pasted

0.1

  • Initial Release