OF-SDS Disarmer for File Transfer Cleanse Any External Files before Entering your Internal Network 

Advanced CDR Protection for Secure File Transfer and Safe Communication 

OF-SDS Disarmer for file transfer disarms known and unknown file threats coming from the external network before they enter your internal network. 

Designated to work in a complete network separation environment, OF-SDS Disarmer for file transfer automates the file sharing process and sanitizes files from any zero-day threats on local or remote servers, using our patented CDR technology. 

The data is then replicated to the internal server for safe use. 

A Proven, Certified Protection Used worldwide by governments, banks, defense agencies, pharmaceuticals and critical infrastructure companies, and certified by the international standard of Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (ISO/IEC 15408). 

Integrates with any Existing File Server 

OF-SDS Disarmer for file transfer can connect to FTP, SMB, FTPS or local folders on the server. 

The Disarmer for file transfer draws files from local or remote folders, disarming the files using the engine's CDR protection, and sending them to an internal designated folder. 

Quick to Start, Easy-to-Use 

Simply install the Disarmer's file connector on any file server, and get started. 

The files are then automatically disarmed, reconstructed and sent to local or remote folders, now safe to open and edit. 

No Workflow Disruptions 

The files shared across your organization should be completely secure with no hidden threats, without compromising on productivity and seamless work process. 

OF-SDS Disarmer for file transfer provides just that, with entirely invisible protection to users, in less than a second. 

Increased Productivity Features 

Seamless integration with any existing file servers and data sharing 

Supports network separation architecture 

Scalable deployment Future proof protection Low TCO and easy maintenance Zero latency Allows organization policies according to file type, size, or department.