Included in Cerberus version 10 is support for Secure Copy.
The SCP command can be used to send a file to a server or retrieve a file from a server. Because it uses the SSH protocol for authentication SCP is more secure than FTP which transmits passwords in plain text.
Go to the Listener page of the Server Manager
Select the SFTP interface you wish to allow SCP (not the default interface)
Select Allow the SCP protocol
Sending a File:
scp money.pdf firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/dana/hr/
Syntax: scp [file] [user]@[server]:[/path/to/destination/]
Copies the local file money.pdf to the directory /home/dana/he/ on the server as the user dana.
Retrieving a File:
scp email@example.com:/home/dana/hr/money.pdf Download/
Syntax: scp [user]@[server]:[/path/to/target/file] [local destination]
Copies the file money.pdf from its location on the server to the local directory called Download as the user dana.
Wildcard File Transfers:
SCP can also be used with wildcard statements (*) to transfer multiple files that meet your criteria:
scp firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/dana/hr/*.pdf Download/
Syntax: scp [user]@[server]:[/path/to/target/*wildcard*] [local destination]
Copies all files ending in .pdf in the /home/dana/hr directory to the local directory called Download.
Wildcards can be used for both sending and receiving files.