SecureFX 7.1 (beta 3) Now Available

SecureFX 7.1 adds Mac and Linux support and integration with SecureCRT 7.1 on all supported platforms.  A dependent session option lets you connect to a jump host or SSH gateway before connecting to other sessions. On the Windows platform, support for SHA1 in RSA signatures allows X.509 certificates to be used in FIPS mode.

Learn more about SecureFX 7.1 (beta 3).

Download SecureFX 7.1 (beta 3).

See the SecureFX 7.1 History File for the complete list of changes

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SecureCRT 7.1 (beta 3) Released Today

SecureCRT 7.1 adds tiling to Mac and Linux versions as well as a dependent session option for connection to a jump host or SSH gateway before connecting to other sessions.  Kermit support adds an additional option for file transfer. On the Windows platform, support for SHA1 in RSA signatures allows X.509 certificates to be used in FIPS mode.

Learn more about SecureCRT 7.1 (beta 3).

Download SecureCRT 7.1 (beta 3).

See the SecureCRT History File for the complete list of changes.

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

ClientPack 7.1 (beta 3) Now Available

The ClientPack 7.1 beta 3, now available for download, supports SHA1 in RSA signatures, in addition to MD5, which allows X.509 certificates to be used in FIPS mode (Windows only).

Learn more about ClientPack 7.1 (beta 3).

Download ClientPack 7.1 (beta 3).

See the ClientPack History File for the complete list of changes.

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

Change to Scrolling Behavior Available in the Beta 2 Release of SecureCRT 7.1

Your feedback makes a difference.  In response to customer requests, we’ve changed the scrolling behavior of SecureCRT.  Starting with SecureCRT 7.1 (beta 2), when the “Scroll to bottom on output” option is unchecked, SecureCRT will never scroll to the bottom.  Previously, if less than a screen was scrolled back, it would scroll to the bottom on new output. To try this new scrolling behavior, download the beta 2 release of SecureCRT 7.1.

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