Also, PuTTY comes with a SFTP/SCP client, and unless there are strong reasons you cannot use SFTP, it is a lot better than FTP, security-wise (does not transmit passwords in plain text and allows using cryptographic keys rather than passwords; in fact, on OpenSSH you can configure the server to deny password authentication completely; and the entire connection is encrypted, of course).
They have some issues with SSL certificate, though.
Juggling multiple windows is really annoying. The entire UI is awful besides that also.
FileZilla is maintained by people who want to push spyware to you because it's how they get paid. This isn't an accident.
"It's not our problem, it's SourceForge" - stop f'ing using SourceForge then!
Their ambivalence and complicity in distributing this malware is probably the behaviour GP was talking about.
He let me know that bundling crapware was "intentional"
His statement about alternate download links was also incorrect, because I was asking about Filezilla server, which I could not find anywhere but sourceforge.
If Google ranked them down, then they harm would be limited.
Well - you are trusting that Ninite doesn't include any crapware / malware, but until now I didn't had any problems with it. Makes updating Java Runtime much nicer too.