Info Window

Select the file in the browser and choose File → Info (macOS ⌘I Windows Alt+Return) to display detailed information on a file in a tool window. You can choose in the Preferences in the Browser tab to use the info window as an inspector of the currently selected files in the browser or open a new panel window to compare different files.


Change Filename

Type in the new filename and press Tab to leave the text field and commit the change.


Calculate Folder Size

Calculate the size recursively of all contained files.



Cyberduck 8.4 or later required

A list of file versions can be viewed in the Versions tab of the Info window. The following actions are available for a selected previous version:

  • Revert version

  • Permanently delete version

  • View previous version. On macOS, this opens a QuickLook window. On Windows, this downloads and opens the file in the default editor.

The list is empty when no previous version is available.

Versions Tab

The following protocols support to view previous versions of files. Some protocols also display previous versions of files in browser when enabling View → Show Hidden.


Revert previous version

Open/Quick Look previous version

Delete version

Displayed in browser with View → Show Hidden


Backblaze B2

Google Drive

Google Storage

Microsoft OneDrive

Microsoft Sharepoint



Nextcloud & ownCloud






Using S3 or Backblaze B2, versions will only be displayed if bucket versioning is enabled.


Enable Versioning in Preferences → Editor to view revisions of edited files for protocols with no native versioning support.

UNIX Permissions

Change the permissions on a particular file or folder when connected to a FTP or SFTP server. You can also select multiple files in the browser to edit permissions. Click the checkboxes or enter the octal notation. The recursive options will update all files within a folder but will not change the executable bit for files if not already set when recursively updating a directory.

UNIX Permissions

Access Control List (ACL)

Edit access control list for fine grained user permissions when connected to Amazon S3 or Google Cloud Storage.

Access Control Lists

CDN Panel

Manage Amazon CloudFront and Rackspace/Akamai distributions (CDN) respectively.

Deployment Status

Upon changing configuration parameters of a distribution configuration, the settings are not distributed immediately in the CDN. While the deployment is in progress (which can take up to 15 minutes), the status In Progress is displayed. The updates are fully propagated throughout the CloudFront system when the distribution’s state switches from In Progress to Deployed.

CloudFront Access Logging

When this option is enabled, access logs are written to <bucketname>/logs. The changes to the logging configuration take effect within 12 hours. The logging option is supported for both download and streaming distributions. Choose the target bucket for access logs in the dropdown menu listing all buckets of your account. It is considered best practice to choose a different logging target for each distribution.


The source of the content where CloudFront fetches the content to be served in the edge location of the CDN. This is a S3 bucket or your custom origin.


The domain assigned to your distribution. This is directing to the edge location in the CDN next to the user requesting an URL.


Enter a CNAME (alias in the Domain Name System) for the hostname of the distribution given by CloudFront. To use multiple CNAMEs for a single distribution, the hostnames must be space delimited. The CNAME must be registered on the nameserver responsible for your domain and point to domain assigned to your distribution.

Example configuration:

;		IN	A


Index File

You can assign a default root object to your HTTP or HTTPS distribution. This default object will be served when Amazon CloudFront receives a request for the root of your distribution – i.e., your distribution’s domain name by itself.

When you define a default root object, a user request that calls the root of your distribution returns the default root object. For example, if you designate the file index.html as your default root object, a request for returns

Object Invalidation

Invalidation is one way to remove a distribution object from an edge server cache before the expiration setting on the object’s header. Invalidation clears the object from the edge server cache, and a subsequent request for the object will cause CloudFront to return to the origin to fetch the latest version of the object.


Use the Invalidate option File → Info → Distribution (CDN) to invalidate files from edge locations.

Provider Panel

Settings specific for the cloud service in use. Available for Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Windows Azure Blob Storage, and Google Cloud Storage.

Amazon S3

Metadata (HTTP headers)

View and modify metadata attributes of files.

Any non-standard HTTP header values are (transparently) prefixed with the following values following the guidelines from the different providers: