Maintenance Releases of SecureFX® 7.1.1 and SecureCRT® 7.1.1 Now Available

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

SecureFX 7.1.1 (Official) now has versions for Mac and Linux, providing integration with SecureCRT on all supported platforms.

SecureCRT 7.1.1 (Official) extends session tiling to the Mac and Linux versions.

Both SecureCRT 7.1.1 and SecureFX 7.1.1 have a dependent session option for connecting to a jump host or SSH gateway before connecting to other sessions.

Find out more about the 7.1.1 Official releases:

You can download any of the 7.1.1 official releases from the download page.

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

SecureCRT: It’s In There!

Back in the 80’s, there was a commercial for a pasta sauce where the dad is going through the list of ingredients that need to be in a good sauce and his son keeps saying “It’s in there!” Often, when we get a question from a customer about specific functionality in SecureCRT, the answer is “It’s in there!”

Here’s a recent example of this from the forums:

http://forums.vandyke.com/showthread.php?t=11017

Here are some resources to help you discover what’s “in there”:

Or you can contact support and if it’s not already “in there”, they will create a request.

If you want a blast from the past, here’s the pasta sauce commercial:

Tip: Configuring VShell® as an SFTP Backup Server for Cisco Unified CallManager (CUCM/CCM)

The Backup Server for Cisco Unified CallManager (CUCM), formerly known as Cisco CallManager (CCM), has the ability to back up files to a server using the SFTP protocol.

VShell provides secure file transfer capabilities and rock solid, reliable performance. This makes VShell for Windows a popular choice as the destination server for CUCM.

This tip describes how to set up VShell for Windows to be the destination server for CUCM.

Read the full tip

7.1 Official Releases Are Now Available, Bringing Mac and Linux Versions to SecureFX and Tiling to SecureCRT for Mac and Linux

Today we released the official versions of SecureFX® 7.1, SecureCRT® 7.1, and ClientPack 7.1.

New in SecureFX 7.1 (Official) are versions for Mac and Linux platforms, offering the same advanced features found in SecureFX for Windows.  With the new platform support, integration with SecureCRT is now available on Windows, Mac, and Linux workstations; a powerful addition for those of you working in cross platform environments.

SecureCRT 7.1 (Official) extends session tiling to the Mac and Linux versions. Tiling helps troubleshoot issues by allowing you to quickly compare the content of tiled sessions.  The chat window can also be used with tiled sessions, making it possible to send commands to all sessions and see the resulting output.

Also new is optional integration with SecureFX 7.1 on all platforms, support for Kermit file transfers, and a character send delay option to wait for a text prompt, which allows data to be sent as fast as the remote system can handle.

Both SecureCRT 7.1 and SecureFX 7.1 now have a dependent session option for connecting to a jump host or SSH gateway before connecting to other sessions.

On the Windows platform, the new releases of SecureCRT, SecureFX, and the VanDyke ClientPack have support for SHA1 in RSA signatures, which allows X.509 certificates to be used in FIPS mode.

Find out more about the 7.1 Official releases:

You can download any of the 7.1 official releases from our download page.

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