A new maintenance release of VShell 4.0.5 is now available for download.
VShell 4.0.5 for Windows allows for fine-grained control of triggers, including support for multiple triggers of the same type, user/group and virtual root trigger conditions, multiple actions for each trigger, and new built-in actions for sending email and copying/moving files. The internal user database on Windows now allows access to all VShell services, including shell, remote exec, port forwarding, in addition to file transfer.
For a complete list of changes, please see the history file:
VShell 4.0.5 (Official) History File
Learn more about VShell 4.0.5 here:
VShell 4.0.5 (Official)
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New maintenance releases of SecureCRT 7.3.1, SecureFX 7.3.1, and VanDyke ClientPack 7.3.1 are now available for download.
SecureCRT 7.3.1 and SecureFX 7.3.1 feature:
- A dockable session manager on all platforms with a filter bar for quickly locating sessions in the session database
- An import/export tool that makes it easier to backup or copy settings from one machine to another
- Improved security with the ability to generate and store larger keys in the SSH Agent
SecureCRT 7.3.1 introduces enhanced keyword highlighting that allows you to specify keyword colors and combine keyword attributes to make critical output stand out. You can now easily identify errors in log files or streaming output or highlight prompts. On the Windows and Mac platforms, regular expressions can be used as keywords. Also new are named pipes (Windows only), scripting support for Kermit file transfers, and support for larger authentication keys, as well a number of other enhancements.
SecureFX 7.3.1 adds PGP compatibility, making it possible to automatically execute the encryption and decryption process, a new SFXCL resume option for resuming interrupted transfers, and the ability to display filenames using UTF-8.
ClientPack 7.3.1 improves security with the ability to generate larger keys and adds the vsftp option –no-flock, which turns off locking on local files for uploads and downloads, preventing a potential hang if the source file is located on mounted storage, such as EMC NFS.
You can download any of the 7.3.1 official releases from the official download page.
Find out more about the 7.3.1 releases:
Please see the history files for a complete list of changes:
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A new video Copy and Paste in SecureCRT has been published to our YouTube Channel.
This video describes fundamental and time-saving techniques related to copy and paste in SecureCRT, including the many customization options available for these features.
A video series detailing how to store common configuration settings in the cloud (while keeping personal config settings secure in a local location) is now available on our YouTube Channel.
The series contains three videos:
- Separating Personal from Common Configuration Data
Introduction to the feature new in SecureCRT & SecureFX 7.2 which allows you to store personal data separately from other saved session data.
- Using Separate Configuration Folders
How to effectively use separate configuration folders for common and personal data either among team members, or personally across multiple machines.
- Reverting Back to a Single Configuration Folder
Details how to get back to using a single config folder for all saved session data.
You can watch all three of these videos in sequence using the following YouTube playlist link: