SecureCRT for Linux 8.3.2

SecureCRT for Linux 8.3.2

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Reviewed by Pete Daniel on 4 Jul 2015

"SSH / Telnet client and terminal emulator"

SecureCRT for Linux is a terminal emulator package for Linux which offers secure shell support. Use the terminal to transfer files securely, tunnel through to protect data integrity, and access PCs remotely. A variety of network devices can be emulated with SecureCRT for Linux which includes SSH1, SSH2, Telnet/SSL, Telnet, Serial and a number of other emulations. Public key, Kerberos v5 using GSSAPI, and X.509 certificates are the security options. A number of ciphers are included like Blowfish, Twofish, AES, AES-CTR, RC4 and 3DES. The package includes additional support for Mac and Windows. Multiple sessions can be run with the tiled interface, including cloned sessions, mapped keys and a session manager.

SecureCRT for Linux Key Features:

  • Terminal emulator for Linux
  • Transfer files securely, tunnel through to protect data integrity, and access PCs remotely
  • Terminal options include SSH1, SSH2, Telnet/SSL, Telnet, Serial and a number of others
  • Encryption ciphers include Blowfish, Twofish, AES, AES-CTR, RC4 and 3DES
  • Multiple sessions supported
  • 30 day trial

SecureCRT for Linux is an excellent terminal replacement for Linux with support for encrypted network communication.

Requirements: Ubuntu 16.X,Ubuntu 15.x,Ubuntu 14.x,Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0

What's new in this version: SecureCRT 8.3 introduces new Solarized/ANSI color schemes, line rewrapping on window resize, multi-line paste confirmation, Connect bar auto complete, and multi-session drag and drop in the Session Manager/Connect dialog. Also new is support for ChaCha20/Poly 1305, AES-GCM, and OpenSSH certificates.

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