SecureCRT combines rock-solid terminal emulation with the strong encryption, data integrity, and authentication options of Secure Shell. SecureCRT provides secure remote access, file transfer, and data tunneling for everyone in your organization.
- After changing the selected button bar in the drop-down list,
focus is returned to the active session.
- SecureCRT could become unresponsive when switching from an RDP
session to a local session.
- Fixed threading issues that could cause SecureCRT to crash.
- SecureCRT could crash when it was in full screen mode and random
data was received.
- SecureCRT crashed if a logon script called Disconnect() followed
- With multiple SecureCRT windows open, toggling the chat window,
button bar, etc. caused the terminal size to get smaller and
could cause SecureCRT to crash.
- SecureCRT could disconnect from a Cisco router if data was sent
before the shell was ready.
- SecureCRT could crash when attempting to connect to a session
using a hostname that could not be resolved.
- Enabling GB18030 Simplified Chinese character encoding caused the
session to stop displaying output.
- The performance of "Send ASCII" decreased significantly as the
number of lines being sent increased and SecureCRT could appear
to be hung.
- Line-drawing characters were not displayed correctly with SCOANSI
- Artifacts were sometimes left on the screen when ClearType was
- If a non-qualified path was specified for the log file, SecureCRT
failed to log and did not report an error.
- If the Close button was pressed a second time for a session to a
slow or unresponsive server, the connection was orphaned and
would not close until SecureCRT exited.
- If the button bar drop-down list was selected, typing the first
letter of a button bar name caused the button bar height to
- If the session's tab was clicked, focus was not placed in the
terminal area of the session.
- The arrow keys could not be used to navigate context menus.
- SSH1/SSH2: SecureCRT could crash if a session was disconnected
during user authentication.
- SSH1/SSH2: After changing a port in the port forwarding settings
in the default session and applying it to all sessions, the
setting was removed altogether.
- SSH1/SSH2: If a session was connected more than once and the
session's port forward options were modified, the changes were
Program Information Category:
Tools and Utilities Type:
Shareware Version: 6.5.3 Size: 11.2MB Works on: Windows