VanDyke ClientPack for Windows, Mac and UNIX 8.1.4

VanDyke ClientPack for Windows, Mac and UNIX 8.1.4

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Reviewed by Pete Daniel on 7 Apr 2014 - Version tested: 7.2.2

"Command-line utilities for secure automation."

VanDyke ClientPack for Windows and UNIX 7.2.3 is a command line utility to enable the safe communication of important data using public key and private key encryption standards. This includes SHA-2 Mac which has improved security features over the more common SHA-1. There are a number of utilities accessible via the command line such as a SFTP one for secure file transfers, a key generation utility to generate robust private or public keys, a shell utility, and more. The keys generated may be suitable with RSA, Smartcards X.509, DSA or Kerberos v5. The package is available for Windows, Mac or Linux on a 30 day trial.

VanDyke ClientPack for Windows and UNIX 7.2.3 Key Features:

  • Command line utility for secure FTP, general file transfers and key generation
  • Now has SHA-2 MAC algorithms
  • Complies with NIST requirements
  • 30 day trial
  • Versions available for Windows, Mac or Linux

VanDyke ClientPack for Windows and UNIX 7.2.3 is a command line package of utilities to ensure secure communications via encrypted communications.

Requirements: 486-based PC, 16 MB RAM, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later

What's new in this version: ClientPack 8.1 adds the ability to specify a password for keyboard-interactive authentication on the command line when using vsh, vcp, and vsftp for unattended jobs or file transfers. On Windows, vsh now has the ability to disable SSH2 port forwarding, and VRALib adds a new position property.

  • Size

    15.60 MB
  • License

    Shareware
  • OS

    Windows, Mac OS, Unix, Linux
  • Price

    $59.95 Buy full version

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