The Connect Bar in SecureCRT is perhaps the quickest method of establishing connections on the fly to either ad hoc or saved session hosts.
The video below shows you how to connect to a host by simply typing in a hostname, IP address, or even a portion of a saved session’s name. Learn how to customize the Connect Bar’s location and width and how to convert an ad hoc connection into a saved session that will be available from SecureCRT’s Session Manager.
SecureCRT for iOS 2.3.1 adds support for the curve25519-sha256 key-exchange algorithm and addresses a couple of display orientation bugs.
SecureCRT for iOS is a go-anywhere SSH/Telnet app with rock-solid remote access and terminal emulation on your iPhone and iPad. SecureCRT has advanced session management that lets you create folders to organize sessions and import sessions from your desktop version of SecureCRT.
Learn more about SecureCRT for iOS and how to download from the Apple Store®.
The two videos below demonstrate real-time highlighting, which can help call attention to keywords or contiguous patterns of characters on the screen, displaying them in color, bold, and reverse attributes.
This first video introduces SecureCRT’s keyword highlighting capability.
The second video demonstrates how to leverage a set of keyword highlighting patterns that was created by someone else using a “Cisco Words” INI file submitted by a VanDyke Software forum member. You can read more in this forum post.
Du’An Lightfoot is an IT professional and SecureCRT customer who produces a YouTube channel called LabEveryday. Mr. Lightfoot creates Microsoft and Cisco labs and tutorials to help IT professionals pursue certifications and IT career development paths.
Mr. Lightfoot’s video, “SecureCRT 8.5 and SecureFX: Everything You Need to Know” provides a great overview of the software as well as examples of how he uses SecureCRT and SecureFX in his own environment.