Euronet Secure Access File Exchange

 

Customer Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 29th, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents



1.      Introduction

2.      Uploading Data to ESAFE

3.      Downloading Data to ESAFE

4.      Technical Notes for Client Connections to ESAFE

 

 

 

 

 

1                 Introduction

 

ESAFE (Euronet Secure Access File Exchange) is an easy-to-use, secure FTP Server, based on MOVEit DMZ FTP server software. MOVEit DMZ is a server-based, security-hardened application which is used for secure file processing, storage, and file transfer. It provides comprehensive, integrated, standards-based solutions for secure handling of sensitive information. Web browsers and no cost secure FTP clients can quickly, easily, and securely exchange files with MOVEit DMZ over encrypted connections using the HTTP over SSL (https), FTP over SSL (ftps) and FTP over SSH (sftp) protocols. Files received by MOVEit DMZ are securely stored using FIPS 140-2 validated AES encryption, the U.S. Federal encryption standard.

MOVEit DMZ uses the Upload Wizard, a free, specialized app that works with Microsoft Internet Explorer, making it easier to quickly upload and download large and/or multiple files to and from MOVEit DMZ. 

The AES encryption in MOVEit Crypto has been FIPS 197 validated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the entire cryptographic module has been FIPS 140-2 validated after rigorous examination by cryptographic specialists employed by the United States and Canadian governments.   

 

 

 

2                 Uploading Data to ESAFE


    
NOTE: Data uploaded to ESAFE will be removed after 14 days.

1.      Open your internet browser, and enter the URL to access the Euronet FTP site: https://esafe.euronetworldwide.com (if this link does not work when you select it, please open your browser and enter the address listed above)



2.      Enter your username and password, and then click on ‘Sign On’.

* Note – If you do not have a username or password or cannot remember your  
             username or password, please contact your Euronet representative.

3.      Click on ‘Allow’ to install the Upload/Download Wizard. Note: The browser prompt may appear differently depending on the type of browser and its version.

The "Upload/Download Wizard" allows files to upload/download faster, upload/download multiple files at once, zip/unzip files on the fly and performing integrity checks to ensure file non-repudiation.

* Note – if the Upload/Download Wizard has already been installed, skip to step 4



     


            

     


4.      Select ‘CLICK HERE to Launch the Upload Wizard…’ under the section labeled Upload Files Now…




7.      There are two ways to select items to upload: 1. Drag-and-Drop files into the list box or 2. Select Add File and browse to the location of the item to upload.

After a file has been chosen, select the ‘Next’ button.
 


 

8.      Options are available to upload files individually or to upload files as one .zip file.  Please select the Upload all files as one .zip option.  Enter any relevant notes such as the reason you are sending this file to Euronet.  Leave the other check boxes blank.









9.      After the upload is complete, select the ‘OK’ button.





10.  To receive detailed information on the file uploaded, choose the ‘Folders’ option on the left-hand column.






11.  Select the desired distribution folder for details on the uploaded file.
 





















* Note – For more information, Select the ‘Online Manual’ link on the left-hand
             column

3                 Downloading Data from ESAFE

 

1.      Open your internet browser, and enter the URL to access the Euronet FTP site: https://esafe.euronetworldwide.com (if this link does not work when you select it, please open your browser and enter the address listed above)
 


2.      Enter your username and password, and then click on ‘Sign On’.


* Note – If you do not have a username or password or cannot remember your 
             username or password, please contact your Euronet representative.

3.      Select ‘Go To Your Home Folder’ under the section labeled Browse Files and Folders. All uploaded files to this folder will be displayed, along with: Date & Time, From, Delete, and Download actions. Select ‘download.’



4.      Browse to the destination filename, location, and click the ‘Save’ button.

5.      After completion, select the ‘Close’ button.



 

 

 

 

4                 Technical Notes for Client Connections to  
    ESAFE

 

"Client" access to ESAFE is available through several interfaces, all of which support file integrity checks. The built-in web interface provides access to anyone with a desktop web browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla, and/or Opera). A secure FTP interface is also available for people or programs with secure FTP clients.  Many third-party companies manufacture secure FTP clients for desktops and servers which will interface with Euronet’s SAFE Server through secure FTP over SSL and FTP over SSH servers. 

 

ESAFE has been tested against and fully supports the following major browsers:

·                     Internet Explorer 9, 10 and 11 (Windows only); Mozilla Firefox (Windows, Mac and RedHat Linux); Chrome (Windows only); Safari (Mac only)

 

ESAFE has been tested against and fully supports a large number of secure FTP clients using FTP over SSL:

·                     MOVEit Freely (command-line)

·                     MOVEit Buddy (GUI)

·                     MOVEit Central

·                     WS_FTP Pro (GUI, version 7.0 and higher)

·                     Cute FTP Pro (GUI, version 1.0 and higher)

·                     SmartFTP (GUI, version 1.0 and higher)

·                     Glub FTP (GUI, Java 2.0 and higher)

·                     IP*Works SSL (API, Windows, version 5.0)

·                     LFTP (command-line, Linux, UNIX, Solaris, etc.) 

·                     NetKit (command-line, Linux, UNIX, Solaris, etc.)

·                     SurgeFTP (command-line, Solaris, etc.)

·                     C-Kermit (command-line; v8.0+, VMS, Linux, UNIX, Solaris, etc.)

·                     z/OS native FTPS client

·                     AS/400 native FTPS client

·                     OpenIT (Unisys V-Series, A-Series, Clearpath)

·                     NetFinder (GUI, Apple)


ESAFE has been tested against and fully supports the most popular secure FTP clients using FTP over SSH as well:

·                     OpenSSH sftp (command-line, Unix, password and client key modes)

·                     OpenSSH for Windows (command-line, Windows, password and client   
            key modes)

·                     PSFTP, (command-line, Windows, password and client key modes)

·                     WS_FTP (GUI, Windows, version 7.0 and higher)

·                     F-Secure SSH (command-line, 3.2.0 Client for Unix, password and
           client key modes)

·                     SSH Communications SSH Secure Shell FTP (GUI, Windows, password and       
            client key modes)

 

Firewall Configuration

 

The world normally uses HTTPS to communicate with ESAFE.  Unsecured HTTP services are optional.  The connection will simply redirect users to the secure services. With that in mind the following ports are required to be open through the client’s Firewall:

·          TCP Port 80 to esafe.euronetworldwide.com (this is actually optional, unsecured HTTP will be redirected to HTTPS).

·          TCP Port 443 to esafe.euronetworldwide.com

·          TCP Port 990 to esafe.euronetworldwide.com

·          TCP Port 21 to esafe.euronetworldwide.com (optional, unless the client is using secure FTP over SSL)

·          TCP Port 22 to esafe.euronetworldwide.com (optional, unless the client is using secure FTP over SSH)

·          TCP Ports 3000, 3001, 3002, 3003 to esafe.euronetworldwide.com (Technically, optional, but it does allow for passive communications.  If a secure FTP client is configured to use a passive connection, these ports are required.)