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Professionally accepted secure upload or (SFTP) solution for one user

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We work with auto makers and often receive files from them and send them files as well. I am currently in need of an secure upload or SFTP solution, that is used/accepted by major players (which makes it acceptable to companies like auto makers as well). This will be a solution, by which I can have a client upload a file to me, through a web interface. The ability to send files to my cliens, using the same interface/website will be an added bonus. Please note that I am not looking to build a website.
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by:shalomc
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Try this service, based on DropBox:

http://dropitto.me/

If that is not acceptable, then you need a server with ssh software installed on it.
Your clients will be using a sftp/ssh tool like the free Winscp to upload and download files.

Godaddy has a sftp interface with user and permission management included in their linux plans. Cost is $5-$10 a month.

This is actually a setup I used a couple of years ago for secure exchange of large files.
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by:AlexPace
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SFTP does not have a web interface.  Do you mean HTTPS?
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by:bobox00
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A secure upload website service would be preferrable. This way, I can send a link to my client's email box and they can click on the link to download the file.
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Thanks for the comments
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