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Control Panel with best File Manager?
edited May 14 in General
From everyone experience what in your opinion is the control panel with the best File Manager (for Linux servers).
What I mean with the best File Manager is:
- Simple/Clean GUI
- All the general features (copy, move, delete, new file, new folder, etc..)
- Will not hang up when ZIP or UNZIP a big compressed file
Control Panel with best File Manager
- Control Panel with best File Manager70 votes
- KeyHelp  5.71%
- Other. Please coment below.18.57%
Just SSH/SCP, everything else is unnecessary.
I used aaPanel for a good while until I went on to play with cPanel and DirectAdmin I have to say I was surprised at how terrible their file managers were compared to aaPanel. Navigation feel clunky, several steps to just edit a file, lack of ctrl + a function, no drag and drop upload feature.
I haven't tried much else than those three but I gotta say aapanel comes out far ahead.
Baota/aaPanel has security vulnerabilities that could lead to server hacking.
aaPanel's file management is the most comfortable I have ever used.
The new file manager is awesome.
Already try it. Do not like the overal VirtualMin GUI (specially the virtual servers "thing") and it hangs up many times when listing very big folders.
But did not the new file manager you mentioned.
When you installed/configured Virtualmin, did you enable loading the modules into memory on setup wizard?
aaPanel is the best.
It looks good. Lot of features on the file manager. But is it solid when listing/browing very large folders (ex: 10TB)?
Do not know. Server was not setup by me
i do not know. how about you try it and update us.
Directadmin is best for paid and CyberPanel is best for free.
I personally like CyberPanel!
Tried one year back, i feel it as a unstable product with many times lot of things breaks like backup, panel ssl etc. And they always try to upsell if you ask some support questions. More over it's just for litespeed fanboys.
+1, and with less resource usage.
If you can list the vulnerabilities with some reference to test, we can raise them in their forum and get clarifications. Because i had some months back asked them about the below vulnerabilities
and they had told and confirmed that these 3 vulnerabilities already fixed in their current stable version. If you have any thing other than these happy to ask them and get it fixed.
CPanel & DA, but you can install scripts like monstaFTP or net2ftp (free)
I don't use this product, so I'm not quite sure of the exact details of the attack, but I'm sure this vulnerability appeared on a large scale a few months ago. The official demo was even hacked.
Thanks for the links will post in their forums for clarification and the status of this issues.
These are just a few of the many posts, and there are probably more issues that I've forgotten.
All these links point to same one isue of nginx hack in the panel.
You can investigate them from these posts, I think you are a professional.
If it is for personal use, install any cp(or even no cp) of your choice with php support.
And install single file php file manager from :
This is super cool.
I guess Cloudpanel works the best for me. Have one vps for hestia panel for emails
Do not like the virtual server organization on VirtualMin. So it will a pass.
Try File Browser
Cyber Panel is by far the best ive used for speed & userbility