SecureCRT 7.3.2 Build 752
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What's new in SecureCRT 7.3.2 Build 752:
- The escape sequence ESC E (DECNEL, next line) is treated like a CR or CRLF) so that the command on that line gets logged. SSH2: When attempting to authenticate using a CAPI key or certificate with a smart card, if the card returns an error, SecureCRT attempts to continue authentication, which allows authentication to succeed with certain smart cards, such as GoldKey.
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- FILE SIZE:
- 16.3 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- VanDyke Software Inc
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Even though it quickly became a popular choice among network administrators, SecureCRT is often criticized for its selling price. While development and networking companies are able to afford this cost, day-to-day users are less likely to spend as much on a Telnet client, especially that free emulators are available.
Such an application is PuTTY, considered to be one of SecureCRT’s fiercest competitors. Although PuTTY is free, SecureCRT has a great deal of advantages, one of them being the higher level of security, which makes the comparison unnecessary, in our opinion.
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.
Repetitive tasks can be processed via scripting languages such as VBScript, PerlScript, Python and Jscript. SecureCRT also bundles a script recorder, which makes it easier to automate routines.
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.
In conclusion, 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. Considering all of its capabilities, we find that SecureCRT’s price is fair.
SecureCRT was reviewed by Andreea Matei, last updated on February 26th, 2015
Also available: Portable SecureCRT
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 / 8 64 bit / 2003 / 2008 / 2008 64 bit / 2008 R2 / Server 2012
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