How do I use Cyberduck or Mountain Duck with Wasabi?

Cyberduck and Mountain Duck have been certified for use with Wasabi.   To use these products with Wasabi, please follow the configuration tips below.   Note that a custom Wasabi connector is not available in these products so the Amazon S3 connector should be used.

If you don't want to use the Amazon S3 connector (which works perfectly fine with Wasabi) and want to have a pre-built Wasabi connector by importing a config file into Cyberduck or Mountain Duck, please follow the tips at the bottom of this article.

Note that this example discusses the use of Wasabi's us-east-1 storage region. To use other Wasabi storage regions, please use the appropriate Wasabi service URL as described in this article.  This means you need to change the Server: example below to match the service URL of the bucket you are trying to use.  

To use the Amazon S3 Connector with Wasabi (this is just an example; change to match your target service URL)

Mountain Duck:



A note about public vs private files:

If you notice that your files are marked as PUBLIC by default, be sure to check your Permissions under Edit -> Preferences -> Transfers -> Permissions, to be sure that Group and Others are unchecked to keep those files PRIVATE by default. 

To use the Wasabi connector config file with Cyberduck or Mountain Duck: 

Cyberduck & Mountain Duck allow for the importation of a storage vendor-specific config file. To do this for Wasabi, please visit this page to download the file. 

Once this is done, you will see a "Wasabi Storage" config option in Cyberduck & Mountain duck (see example below).


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