Cyberduck: Macintosh Download for Personally Owned Computers

Cyberduck is an open source FTP and SFTP client for Mac OS X with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface. It supports all the basic functions to browse servers and transfer multiple files simultaneously.

Note: This software can be downloaded multiple times and does not limit the number of downloads.

Cyberduck is useful for individuals who want to transfer files from their home computer to a UNIX account, such as on UBUnix.  For those who may need to change file permissions on multiple files or an entire site, Cyberduck may be more advantageous then other SFTP clients, such as Fetch.

Cyberduck for Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or Later

Connecting to UBUnix

Connecting from Off Campus?

First run Cisco AnyConnect.

When connecting to UB with the ‘Open Connection’ globe icon in the top left corner:

  • Select SFTP from the drop-down menu.
  • Enter in the server field.
  • Enter 22 in the port field.
  • Enter your UBITName and password.
  • Click Connect.

Changing File Permissions

To change file permissions:

  1. Select a file or folder and choose the action Info from the top bar.
  2. Choose permissions.

If you choose Apply changes recursively, all files and folders within the folder you have selected will also change permissions.

Contact the UBIT Help Center

Have a UBITName? You may also use the UBIT Help Center Online (login required).

(xxx) xxx-xxxx
Use your email ONLY if you have access to it