I used to use WinSCP to log into my remote server. I need to login with an ssh key and move the files from and to the remote server. So far I have not find any tool with the same features for MacOS.
Any ideas? It doesn't need to be free.
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Cyberduck supports SCP.
I just used Fugu to copy files from ssh server to a samba share, and it works great.
Fugu can also be installed using
brew cask install fugu from Homebrew Cask (not the one from Homebrew itself).
And for me the SSH connection is easier to setup in Fugu compared to cyberduck.
I know this question is old. WinSCP 5+ works well in Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) - MacOS 10.14 (Mojave) with Wine 3+.
A word to the wise on using either Cyberduck or Firefox to transfer files. If you copy a file and OS X complains about it being damaged, it is likely that the quarantine extended attribute has been set. To remove it from a file: xattr -dr com.apple.quarantine fileinquestion
I know this may be an old thread, but for anyone still needing to use WiinSCP on a mac based OS, you can get Crossover for Mac, create a Windows Vista bottle, and then install WinSCP to the Vista bottle and it still works and runs just as great as being ran on a Windows machine. Just an FYI if someone is still looking.