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VShell 4.0.3 Maintenance Release Now Available

A new maintenance release of VShell 4.0.3 is now available for download.

VShell 4.0.3 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, and port forwarding, in addition to file transfer.

For a complete list of changes, please see the history file:

VShell 4.0.3 (Official) History File

You can read more about the new capabilities in VShell 4.0.3 here:

VShell 4.0.3 (Official)

Send us your feedback!  Email your questions, requests, or bug reports to support@vandyke.com.

7.2.5 Maintenance Releases of SecureCRT® and SecureFX Now Available

New maintenance releases of SecureCRT and SecureFX are available for download.

SecureCRT and SecureFX 7.2.5 feature a personal data folder, which can be used to store non-sensitive settings in the cloud or other network location while keeping personal data such as usernames, passwords, and logon actions in a secure local folder.  Learn how to set up a personal data folder on the VanDyke YouTube Channel.

Find out more about the 7.2.5 Official releases here:

For a complete list of changes, please see the product history files:

You can download any of the 7.2.5 official releases from the download page.

We want to hear your feedback.  Send questions, requests, or bug reports to support@vandyke.com.

7.2.4 Maintenance Release of SecureFX® Addresses OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability

A new maintenance release of SecureFX is now available for download.

SecureFX and the OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability

SecureFX on the Windows platform is not affected by the Heartbleed vulnerability. SecureFX for supported Mac and Linux platforms uses OpenSSL for FTPS protocol support and may be vulnerable to the Heartbleed vulnerability.

In addition to upgrading SecureFX or OpenSSL on vulnerable systems, it is recommended that any SSL certificates used by SecureFX be regenerated and user passwords should be changed.

For more information, please visit the VanDyke Software Security Advisory page.

Find out more about the 7.2.4 Official release here:

For a complete list of changes, please see the SecureFX history file:

You can download SecureFX 7.2.4 official releases from the download page.

We want to hear your feedback.  Send questions, requests, or bug reports to support@vandyke.com.

7.2.4 Maintenance Releases of SecureCRT® and ClientPack Now Available

New maintenance releases of SecureCRT and ClientPack are available for download.

Note on the OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability

Version 7.2.4 as well as previous versions of SecureCRT and ClientPack are not impacted by the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability. SecureCRT for Windows provides TLS/SSL connectivity (Telnet over SSL protocol), but it does not use any OpenSSL libraries.  SecureCRT for supported Mac and Linux platforms does not provide support for Telnet over SSL protocol.  Regardless of platform and version, the ClientPack does not provide SSL/TLS connectivity.

For more information, please visit the VanDyke Software Security Advisory page.

Find out more about the 7.2.4 Official releases here:

For a complete list of changes, please see the product history files:

You can download any of the 7.2.4 official releases from the download page.

We want to hear your feedback.  Send questions, requests, or bug reports to support@vandyke.com.

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