Coviant Basic Edition

Automate secure FTP transfers

Schedule transfers to or from FTP, FTPS , SFTP or internal network locations. You can schedule file transfer jobs to move files to or from secure FTP servers by minutes, hours, daily or monthly. Plus, you can execute ad hoc jobs to immediately pick up or drop off files on secure FTP servers.

Deploy one solution for both secure FTP and OpenPGP

Address file transfer and PGP encryption with a single solution. If your business partner requires PGP encryption, Diplomat MFT Basic Edition can PGP-encrypt files before sending them to your partner's secure FTP server or decrypt files picked up from the FTP server before writing them to your local network.

Quickly schedule secure FTP transfers

Rely on Diplomat MFT Basic Edition to easily set up, schedule and maintain secure FTP jobs. Diplomat products build in file transfer logic, so you don't need to construct each step of file transfer jobs. You set up secure FTP jobs with an intuitive point-and-click interface. No complicated programming or batch scripts required.


Job Set-up

  • Set up, test and schedule file transfer jobs with an intuitive point-and-click user interface
  • No programming or other special skills required
  • Transfer files between any combination of local network, FTP, FTPS, and SFTP locations
  • Set up file transfer jobs to:
    • PGP encrypt, decrypt, sign or verify files
    • Overwrite existing files
    • Delete source files
    • Fail job if no files are found
    • Use wildcards to identify source files
    • Rename files during transfer
  • Use integrated log viewer to diagnose file transfer or PGP encryption problems

Job Automation

  • Schedule jobs by minute, hour, day or month
  • Exclude file transfer jobs on specified days
  • Set number of job execution retries
  • Run ad hoc file transfer jobs with immediate on-screen job status


  • OpenPGP-compliant to work with PGP and OpenPGP tools
  • Create, import and export PGP keys and key rings
  • Use OpenPGP keys to encrypt, decrypt, sign and verify files
  • Use SSH keys and SSL certificates to authenticate secure FTP logins


Components & Platforms


  • Windows 7 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 (64-bit)
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (64-bit; x86)


  • Windows 7 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 (64-bit)


File Transfer Protocols


  • FTP
  • FTPS
  • SFTP


OpenPGP Encryption


  • AES (up to 256-bit keys)
  • Blowfish (up to 448-bit keys)1
  • CAST5 (RFC2144)
  • DES (56-bit keys)1
  • IDEA (128-bit keys)1
  • Safer (128-bit keys)1
  • Triple DES (56-bit keys)
  • Twofish (up to 256-bit keys)1


  • RSA (up to 4096-bit keys)
  • DSA (1024-bit key only)
  • El Gamal (up to 4096-bit keys)


  • SHA-2561, SHA-3841, SHA-5121, SHA-241, SHA-1
  • MD21, MD51
  • RIPEMD-1601

1: Only supports decrypting existing messages encrypted with algorithm or encrypting to existing keys specifying algorithm as preferred cipher.