Portable SecureCRT 8.7.2 B2214A portable terminal emulator
SecureCRT is definitely worth your while. Compared to similar products, it’s very comfortable to work with, it features extensive protocol support, it encrypts the data using a wide array of ciphers (AES, Twofish, Blowfish, 3DES and RC4) and it allows you to use WSH scripting engines in order to automate tasks.
Portable SecureCRT 8.7.2 B2214 details
|Released:||May 14, 2020|
|File size:||26.80 MB|
|Keywords:||Secure Connection, SSH, Telnet, Secure, SSH Client, portable, Telnet Client|
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Portable SecureCRT for Windows 10 - Full description
SecureCRT is a GUI-based SSH / Telnet client and a terminal emulator that features support for a wide array of protocols such as SSH, TAPI, serial and rlogin. Its list of capabilities includes secure transfers, highly configurable sessions and SSH encryption, to name the most important ones.
SecureCRT features the most accessible user interface that we’ve seen in a terminal emulator, allowing you to create and customize up to five thousand tabbed sessions. In addition, the application facilitates encrypted logons and provides flexible authentication options. File transfers can be achieved via the integration with SecureFX. The sessions can be shared between these two applications, thus enabling the possibility to run FTP, SFTP and SCP transfers without the need to re-enter passwords.
SecureCRT 8.0 improves productivity with an updated UI and enhanced smart card (PIV/CAC) support. On Windows, tab groups allow you to compare the output of two sessions, group related sessions, and switch easily between them. On all platforms, you can apply colors to button bar icons for easy-to-see visual cues. TN3270 emulation support expands the range of systems you can use with SecureCRT. Other improvements include Command window "Send characters immediately" mode, host key fall back, and new TFTP server connection options.
Whether you are looking for a Telnet replacement with solid security and session management or a more refined and capable remote access tool to help raise your productivity to the nth degree, SecureCRT is an application you can live in all day long.
Enhanced ANSI color: New built-in ANSI color schemes,
including Solarized, make it easy to change the look of your
terminal workspace. Choose from a variety of light and dark
color combinations, all of which have coordinated background,
foreground, and ANSI color combinations.
Line rewrapping: When the SecureCRT window is resized, the
text in the terminal area is rewrapped.
Connect bar auto complete
Connect bar auto complete begins filtering as you type,
making it easier to find and connect to saved sessions.
Paste confirmation dialog
A paste confirmation dialog option allows you to preview the
contents of the paste buffer before pasting multiple lines of
text into a session. This helps prevent accidental pasting of
buffer contents into a production or other critical server.
Drag and drop multiple sessions: Multiple sessions can be
dragged and dropped or copied and pasted in the Session
Manager and Connect dialog.
Session management: Filtered searches in the Session Manager
and Connect bar are faster, which is helpful when the session
database is large or located on a network drive.
Larger recent sessions list: Up to 20 sessions can now be
included on the recent session list.
Support has been added for the SSH2 ChaCha20/Poly1305 and
AES-GCM ciphers and the UMAC-128 MAC algorithm. OpenSSH
certificates can now be used for authenticating SSH2
Scripting enhancements include the ability to script session
locking from the Session object. A global INI-file-only
option to specify the script path has also been added.
SSH2 improvements: If a session cannot be cloned or connected
using SFTP on the existing SSH transport, SecureCRT will
create a new transport.
Update improvement (new for Mac): The "Update Now" menu item
is now also available for the Mac. Check for a newer version
of SecureCRT, and if available, click on a button to download
and install the new version.
Improved argument passing (new for Mac): All platforms now
support passing arguments to a local application that is
launched when a tunnel is established.