SecureCRT® combines rock-solid terminal emulation with the strong encryption, broad range of authentication options, and data integrity of the Secure Shell protocol for secure network administration and end user access.
- The SecureCRT version in the Windows uninstall "DisplayVersion"
registry key now contains the point release number in addition
to the major and minor version numbers.
- For Zmodem transfers, "Zcommand received" messages are displayed
in the session window rather than in a message box.
- SecureCRT could crash when connecting multiple tabs in a script.
- SecureCRT could hang when the UNIX "tail" command is running on
a busy file and the user right-clicks on a selection.
- SecureCRT could hang when right-clicking a URL that spanned more
than one line.
- If the character encoding was set to "None", SecureCRT crashed
when attempting to do a Zmodem, Xmodem, or Ymodem transfer.
- Zmodem failed to transfer files that contained characters that
are not valid in Windows filenames.
- On Windows 7 and Vista, if an application that disabled and
re-enabled Aero (such as NetMeeting), the SecureCRT window was
not drawn correctly when it was restored.
- On Windows 7, when a session was restored from the taskbar after
using live preview, the cursor was not displayed in the session.
- When the Windows ClearType setting was off, SecureCRT displayed
- When the tab width was reduced because a large number of tabs
were displayed, there was a large gap between the last tab and
right side of window.
- SSH1/SSH2: After changing a port in a port forward item in the
default session and applying the change to all sessions, the
port forward item was removed altogether.
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