Bitvise SSH Client 6.23

Fast SSH client for Windows with SFTP, tunneling, terminal, FTP-to-SFTP bridge

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What's new in Bitvise SSH Client 6.23:

  • SSH:
  • Key exchange methods that use group exchange will now be de-prioritized when connecting to all non-Bitvise SSH server implementations. This serves to avoid a compatibility issue where most non-Bitvise SSH servers will generate weak DH groups which cannot be used with the FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic provider used by Bitvise SSH Client. Previously, group exchange was already de-prioritized for a handful of known SSH server implementations with this issue.
  • It is now easier to turn compression on and off using the "Prefer zlib compression" setting on the SSH tab.
  • File Transfer:
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Bitvise SSH Client provides you with the capability of connecting to SFTP servers using your regular FTP client. It does that by tunneling your connection to the SFTP server through SSH in order to deliver the client with the necessary security requirements.

Although not intended for beginners, Bitvise SSH Client cannot be compared to PuTTY when it comes to the delivered environment as well as user-friendliness. Where PuTTY draws a thick line between its functionality and looks, Bitvise SSH Client tries to blend them together to create a unique experience.

This particular piece of software packs a rather simple GUI featuring great organization of the layout and the categories. Everything is right where you expect to be and this intuitive approach can only come as a plus for Bitvise SSH Client when comparing it to other software in its field such as the aforementioned PuTTY, SecureCRT or WinSCP.

In the end, the fight, when it comes to interface-enabled SSH clients, goes down between the last two of the enumeration and Bitvise SSH Client. With SecureCRT and WinSCP more popular than the protagonist of this review, Bitvise SSH Client has a lot to catch up to and it surely has the tools to be put work whenever the chance arises.

With integrated terminal emulation for those of you prone to a text-based environment, various corporate authentication technologies support such as SSPI (GSSAPI) Kerberos 5 and NTLM or RSA and DSA public key authentication. Remote administration is also a breeze, with the aid of the single-click Remote Desktop forwarding function.

Amongst other important features, you can find powerful SSH port forwarding capabilities and command-line parameters. The scriptable command-line SFTP client and command-line remote execution client make for a highly customizable climate, while the FTP-to-SFTP bridge allows you to connect to SFTP servers with legacy FTP software.

The bottom-line is that Bitvise SSH Client can truly accommodate your needs of working in a secure medium with a wide array of tools at your disposal. The fact that you can also choose from several other programs in its category only makes it a choice of taste; however, Bitvise SSH Client is one of our few recommendations.

Bitvise SSH Client was reviewed by , last updated on February 17th, 2015

Also available: Portable Bitvise SSH Client (formerly Portable Tunnelier)

Runs on: Windows All

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