SecureCRT 7.2.2




SecureCRT logo (75 pix) VanDyke Software has released the second update for version 7.2 of SecureCRT. SecureCRT is, simply put, an extended version of Putty. Anything less simply put, it is a client for remote control, file transfer, and data tunneling using ssh. Ssh is a method to set up, in which both the data and a part of the IP-traffic is encrypted. Secure connection between two computers SecureCRT is available for Windows, Linux and OS X, and the price of a license starts at one hundred dollars. In version 7.2.2, the following problems are solved:

Bug fixes:

If a folder with the same name as an existing session was created in the same location as the session and the session was moved into That directory and then moved into the Sessions directory, the session was changed to a folder.
If the session manager was unpinned and then closed, the area in the session where the session manager leg no longer scrolls had.
The command (chat) history window did not work.
The Quick Connect dialog was not displayed at startup when the option “Show Quick Connect at startup” was set.
Windows 8: SecureCRT crashed when attempting to upload or create a new key using the public key assistant.


Reverted the following change: The keymap now xterm sends ESC [H and Esc [F for Home and End.

SecureCRT screenshot (620 pix)


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