A new maintenance release of SecureCRT for iPad 1.1.1 is now available for download in the App Store®.
SecureCRT for iPad 1.1.1 fixes a bug where the public-key passphrase dialog sometimes did not have focus.
Learn more about SecureCRT for iPad and how to download from the Apple Store®.
For customers using SecureCRT for Windows, Mac, or Linux, we’ve created an FAQ on importing your existing sessions to SecureCRT for iPad.
SecureCRT for iPad is a go-anywhere, high-productivity remote access app, providing rock-solid terminal emulation for SSH2 and telnet protocols on your mobile device. SecureCRT offers advanced session management that lets you creates folders to organize sessions, and import sessions from SecureCRT on your desktop.
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A new maintenance release of VShell 4.1.1 is now available.
VShell 4.1.1 for Windows improves trigger support with a built-in SFTP transfer trigger action and the ability to configure trigger actions to run as an account other than the VShell service account. With the new SFTP Transfer trigger action, files uploaded to a DMZ drop zone can be automatically moved to another machine using the SFTP protocol.
VShell 4.1.1 adds group management to the internal user database, allowing easier user management and additional fine-grained control.
Security and compliance is improved with support for ECDSA host keys, ECDH key-exchange algorithms, and larger RSA key bit sizes.
You can read more about the new capabilities in VShell 4.1.1 here:
VShell 4.1.1 (Official)
Download and evaluate the 4.1.1 release today.
Send us your feedback! Email your questions, requests, or bug reports to email@example.com.
For a complete list of changes, please see the history file:
VShell 4.1.1 (Official) History File