SecureCRT provides versatile solutions for business, network management, information security, and growth tasks, from accessing host-based applications and administering servers to firmly accessing behind-the-firewall network resources.
SecureCRT supports SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, Telnet/SSL, RLogin, Serial, and TAPI protocols and authentication around password, public-key, X.509 certificates, and Kerberos v5 around GSSAPI. Ciphers embody AES, Twofish, Blowfish, 3DES, and RC4. Emulations embody VT100, VT102, VT220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and Linux console – all with ANSI color.
Multibyte impression sets are upheld for Japanese, Korean, and Chinese, as are scalable line-drawing fonts. SecureCRT has a multi-session tabbed interface with endless event government features. Customization options embody toolbars, menus, keymaps, and login scripts, as good as fonts, cursors, and tone schemes.
Named sessions and firewalls let we emanate session-specific configurations. An discretionary “FIPS Mode uses a FIPS 140-2 certified cryptographic library and usually allows FIPS-approved algorithms. Other facilities embody a Activator tray focus to minimize desktop clutter, automobile logon, printing, Emacs mode, and SOCKS firewall support.
ActiveX scripting support saves time by automating slight pattern tasks. Securely send files regulating SFTP, or by regulating Zmodem or Xmodem from an SSH1 or SSH2 session. SecureCRT and a SecureFX record send customer can share tellurian and event options and a horde pivotal database so configuring a tie usually needs to be finished once.
Here are some pivotal facilities of “SecureCRT”:
– Script recorder
– Quickly emanate a book to automate routines regulating a new book recorder, that annals keystrokes, including duty keys, and afterwards generates a VB script.
– Improved automobile session
– With “Use automobile session” enabled, we can now name a singular session, mixed sessions, or folders of sessions to automatically bond on startup.
– Cache passwords
– SSH2 event passwords can be cached like passphrases. SecureCRT and SecureFX can share passwords while possibly focus or a Activator focus is running.
– Improved ANSI tone with tone schemes
– When regulating ANSI color, we can now name a tone intrigue to reinstate a customary white forehead and black background.
– Expanded logging options with tradition data
– Custom record information gives we a ability to mention strings to be logged on connect, disconnect, and on any line. Parameter substitutions for event and date information are supported.
– Support for OpenSSH format keys
– You can now beget keys in OpenSSH format or modify existent VanDyke Software format private keys to OpenSSH format, permitting we to use a same keys with other Secure Shell clients.
– Support for [email protected] compression
– When [email protected] focus is specified, focus starts after authentication, preventing unencrypted passwords from being cached by a zlib library.
– Additional add-on support
– Display a list of tabs on a menu regulating a MENU_TAB_LIST1 tradition menu item. A new book function, GetScriptTab, earnings a add-on from that a book was started.
– Windows Vista support
– SecureCRT has been tested underneath Windows Vista, so when we are prepared to pierce to Vista, SecureCRT will be compatible.
– Secure Shell
– SSH1 and SSH2 support
– Both SSH1 and SSH2 are upheld in a singular client, providing a limit in coherence when joining to a operation of remote servers.
– User authentication
– SecureCRT supports Password, Public Key (RSA, DSA, and X.509 including Smart Cards), Kerberos v5 (via GSSAPI), and Keyboard Interactive when joining to SSH2 servers. For SSH1 servers, Password, Public Key, and TIS authentications are supported.
– Public Key Assistant
– Support for Public Key Assistant creates uploading open keys to an SSH2 server elementary and protected for finish users.
– Support for GSSAPI cumulative pivotal exchange
– Mechanisms upheld count on GSSAPI provider.
– SFTP in a tab
– You can open an SFTP add-on to a same SSH2 event but carrying to re-authenticate to perform record send operations regulating an interactive, text-based SFTP utility.
– Encryption ciphers: Strong encryption
– The limit 2048 pieces length of DSA keys underneath SSH2 provides clever encryption. SecureCRT supports AES-128, AES-192, AES-256, Twofish, Blowfish, 3DES, and RC4 when joining to SSH2 servers. For SSH1 servers, Blowfish, DES, 3DES, and RC4 are supported.
– Password and passphrase caching
– SSH2 event passwords and passphrases can be cached, vouchsafing SecureCRT and SecureFX share passwords and passphrases while possibly focus or a Activator focus is running.
– Port forwarding
– Tunnel common TCP/IP protocols (for example, POP3, IMAP4, HTTP, SMTP) around SecureCRT to a remote Secure Shell server regulating a single, secure, multiplexed connection. Port forwarding pattern has been integrated into a tree-based Session Options dialog permitting easier pattern for securing TCP/IP focus data.
– Dynamic pier forwarding
– Dynamic pier forwarding simplifies how TCP/IP focus information is routed by a Secure Shell connection. Instead of configuring pier forwarding on a per-application basement in SecureCRT, any focus is configured to use a SOCKS server on a internal horde port. SecureCRT opens a pier on a internal horde and acts as a SOCKS server for any SOCKS-compatible application, even those that use mixed ports, such as FTP.
– OpenSSH-compatible horde pivotal fingerprint support and RSA horde pivotal support raise SecureCRT’s interoperability with a accumulation of Secure Shell servers.
– X.509 support
– Smart card-based public-key authentication regulating X.509-compatible certificates supports rarely secure two-factor authentication. SecureCRT also supports a PKCS#12 (.pfx) customary record format for X.509 certificates and private keys. X.509 horde pivotal checking automatically accepts a horde pivotal if a certificate is valid.
– OpenSSH pivotal format support
– SecureCRT 5.x supports a OpenSSH private and open pivotal formats for larger interoperability. Generate keys in OpenSSH format or modify existent VanDyke Software format private keys.
– OpenSSH Agent forwarding
– Agent forwarding support allows pure authentication to mixed related servers after a initial SSH server has real a user.
– Activator support for SSH Agent functionality
– If Activator is running, re-authentication is involuntary even if SecureCRT has been closed.
– Host pivotal management
– SecureCRT allows horde keys to be viewed, imported, and exported.
– Shared horde pivotal database
– SecureCRT can share a horde pivotal database with SecureFX. The private pivotal representative cache is also common between SecureCRT and SecureFX, expelling a need to reenter a passphrase.
– X11 forwarding
– Encrypt X11 Windows sessions to secure remote X applications that are being displayed on a internal PC.
– Data compression
– Improves a opening of encrypted dialup connectors – non-static focus levels from 1 to 9. When [email protected] focus is specified, focus starts after authentication, preventing unencrypted passwords from being cached by a zlib library.
– Wide operation of depot emulation
– VT100, VT102, VT220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and Linux console, with support for ANSI tone in all emulations.
– Xterm extensions
– Supports a Xterm extensions for changing a pretension bar and for promulgation simple rodent events to a remote host. SecureCRT also delivers 256-color Xterm support.
– Character attributes
– Full depot simulation support for impression attributes including VT line sketch symbols, bold, underline, retreat and blink, and double-width and double-height fonts.
– Multi-byte rise support
– Support for Japanese, Chinese, and Korean multi-byte impression sets.
– ۸۰/۱۳۲-column support
– Supports involuntary switching between 80 and 132-column display. Different fonts can be configured for a 80 and 132-column modes.
– National Replacement Character Set
– Terminal sessions arrangement general characters regulating NRCS if upheld by a horde application.
– Configurable rows and columns
– SecureCRT supports a far-reaching operation of pattern from a customary 24 rows, 80 columns to as many as 1024 columns.
– Window distance change
– When regulating SSH2, SSH1, RLogin, or Telnet servers ancillary a NAWS extension, SecureCRT will surprise a remote complement anytime a window is resized and a rows and columns change. For applications like Vi and Emacs, this guarantees that SecureCRT is always in sync with a remote complement but manually tweaking a settings on a remote system.
– Keyboard Mapping
– Create keyboard mappings
– Map keyboard combinations on a per event basis. Create mappings for any pivotal mixed – not usually duty keys – but an outmost keymap file.
– Flexible keyboard mappings
– Create customized accelerators by mapping user-specified keyboard combinations to send a user-specified string, run a script, perform a menu or scrollbar operation, or send a Telnet command.
– Keymap editor
– Graphical editor provides an easy resource for formulating keymap files that can be common between users and systems.
– Session Customization
– Named sessions
– Create sessions from a Connect dialog to conclude specific preferences for opposite hosts or for opposite functions on a same host.
– Named firewalls
– You can name opposite firewall configurations and use them on an particular event basis.
– Color schemes
– Seven predefined depot tone schemes provided. Create and save additional tone schemes with customized forehead and credentials colors.
– Session record record option
– Session logging to a record can be toggled on and off from a menu. SecureCRT can be configured to start logging on joining to a remote site. Dynamic record filename generation, with support for transformation of date, time, and sourroundings variables. Custom record information gives we a ability to mention strings to be logged on connect, disconnect, and on any line. Parameter substitutions for event and date information are supported.
– ۳۲,۰۰۰-line scrollback
– The scrollback aegis can be configured to save adult to 32,000 lines. Being means to examination a story of a stream event can be a life saver. From a scrollback, both duplicating to a clipboard and duplicate are supported.
– Emacs mode
– If we ordinarily use Emacs, we can configure your event to use a ALT pivotal as a meta key.
– Chat window
– Provides a resource for component a line (or more) of content before promulgation to a remote system. The discuss window also supports history, that allows prior commands to be viewed, edited, and sent.
– Ease of Use
– Tabbed sessions
– Tabbed sessions revoke desktop confusion and make it easy to switch between sessions. Launch new tabs in a stream window from a URL or authority line.
– Activator tray utility
– The Activator focus allows minimizing any event window to a complement tray, slicing down on desktop and taskbar clutter.
– Session management
– Sessions can be orderly in nested folders. Organize hundreds of named sessions regulating customary duplicate and pulp or drag and drop. Folders or mixed sessions can be launched in tabs with a singular click. With “Use automobile session” enabled, name a singular session, mixed sessions, or folders of sessions to automatically bond on startup.
– Simple programmed logons
– The initial logon username and cue can be configured from a Script dialog in method to automate logons fast but a need to learn a scripting language.
– Quick Connect
– The Quick Connect dialog allows we to bond to a horde with usually a server name – no pattern required. Optionally, we can save a tie for destiny use.
– Clipboard duplicate and paste
– Select depot content by quarrel and mainstay area. With a Auto Copy choice on, content is automatically copied to clipboard after a content is selected. Quickly pulp content into a event by regulating a choice to pulp on right or center rodent click
– SecureCRT can be configured to use tradition specific IDLE NOOP options or send a user-defined method after a specified interlude to discharge idle disconnections.
– SOCKS v4 and v5
– Support for both SOCKS v4 and v5 for use with Telnet, Telnet/SSL, SSH1, or SSH2. When regulating SOCKS v5, discretionary firewall authentication is supported.
– TIS and Wingate proxy
– Generic proxies from a TIS firewall toolkit and Wingate are upheld for use with Telnet.
– HTTP proxy
– Telnet, Telnet/SSL, SSH1, and SSH2 connectors can be configured to bond around an HTTP substitute that supports a Connect command. Proxy setup is simplified with support for unauthenticated and simple HTTP proxies.
– File Transfer
– Zmodem and Xmodem
– Use Zmodem and Xmodem to upload and download files over any tradition (serial, TAPI, Telnet, Telnet/SSL, RLogin, SSH1, SSH2).
– Send, accept ASCII
– Send ASCII sends record essence to horde as depot input, Receive ASCII saves horde outlay to a file.
– SFTP in a tab
– You can open an SFTP add-on to a connected SSH2 event but carrying to re-authenticate to perform record send operations regulating an interactive, text-based SFTP utility.
– Host-based printing
– SecureCRT includes strong host-based duplicate support for applications such as Pine that concede a user to imitation to a internal printer.
– Basic printing
– Print screen, imitation selection, and automobile imitation are accessible from both a menu and toolbar.
– Session or tellurian imitation settings
– Printing settings can be set globally or on a per-session basis. Settings embody page margins, printer font, that printer to use, as good as modernized options for special host-based duplicate environments.
– ActiveX Scripting
– Multiple scripting languages
– Use mixed scripting languages to control SecureCRT including VBScript, JScript, and PerlScript.
– Scripting functions
– Scripting functions concede we to write login scripts, send content to sessions, send files, work with tabs, and perform other activities.
– Other Features
– Integration with SecureFX
– SecureCRT and SecureFX share a common event database and event options for both applications can be combined or edited in possibly application. Define your options once and they’re accessible in both applications. Both SecureCRT and SecureFX sessions are displayed on a Activator menu. SecureCRT and SecureFX can share passwords and passphrases while possibly focus or a Activator focus is running.
– File-based configuration
– Create a tranquil SecureCRT sourroundings customizing toolbars, menus, and a keyboard shortcuts they contain. Create tradition toolbars with buttons to open sessions, plead scripts, and send strings. Add tradition commands to a Windows complement menu and contextual menus.
– SecureCRT 5.x supports a IPv6 customary being implemented opposite a internet. IPv6 addresses stipulations with a stream IPv4 standard, such as a singular series of accessible IPv4 addresses. It also adds many improvements to IPv4 in areas such as routing and network autoconfiguration.
– Screen rise scaling
– The rise optionally grows or shrinks when resizing a SecureCRT window.
– Call SecureCRT from web browser
– SecureCRT can be set adult to be your default Telnet focus for use with many web browsers.
– Serial device support
– Use SecureCRT to bond to sequence inclination by COM ports. Support as many as 50 COM ports.
– TAPI support
– Create, configure and save event options for TAPI inclination including modem, nation code, phone numbers, and redial.
– Delay options
– Configure both a series of milliseconds to postponement between characters and/or between lines.
– FIPS 140-2 support
– When an executive choice to run in “FIPS Mode” is set, SecureCRT uses a FIPS 140-2 certified cryptographic library and usually allows FIPS-approved algorithms.