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Год выпуска:2016
Категория:Веб-разработка и Программирование
Требования:SecureCRT® for Windows
SecureFX® for Windows
VanDyke ClientPack for Windows
Windows Vista® - Win10
Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
Язык интерфейса:Английский
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VanDyke SecureCRT 8.0.1
(x64/x86 build 1082) April 26, 2016. Эмулятор терминала для Internet и Intranet с поддержкой SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, RLogin. Идеальный вариант для подключения к удаленным системам под управлением Windows, UNIX, и VMS. SecureCRT поддерживает безопасную передачу файлов через Xmodem, Zmodem, и SFTP. Авторизация пользователя как в интерактивном режиме, так и через публичные ключи (RSA, DSA и Smart Cards). Шифрованное перенаправление портов. Расширенная поддержка для X.509 "горячих ключей". Поддержка OpenSSH форматов публичных и приватных ключей. Управление ключами хоста позволяет просматривать, импортировать и экспортировать ключи. Шифрование X11 соединений. Сжатие данных удобно при dial-up подключениях.

Дополнительная информация:
Changes in SecureCRT 8.0.1 (Official) -- April 26, 2016

New features:

- The color of the icons in the button bar can be configured, allowing
buttons to be color coded. This feature was inadvertently omitted
from the Beta 1 history.


- Pressing ALT+M will open the Session Manager if it's hidden.
- Pressing ALT+I will display the Session Manager if it's hidden and
put focus in the filter bar.
- Pressing ALT+G on Windows and Linux or ALT+COMMAND+G on the Mac will
open the Command window if it's not already open.
- Added the ability to map the Command window option to send characters

Bug fixes:

- SecureCRT crashed when importing settings from settings that were
exported from SecureCRT 8.0 if the settings contained a button bar.
- The fallback mechanism for public-key authentication did not work
correctly and authentication failed rather than prompting for the
username and public key.
- If a large keyword highlighting list that included regular
expressions was used for a session containing a large scrollback
buffer, session output could be very slow.
- The Xterm escape sequence to change the title was not being honored.
- Pressing ALT+B opened the Session Manager, but did not connect the
selected session(s).
- If the session font was changed before connecting, the old font
settings were used when the session was connected.
- If SecureCRT did not open any sessions on startup and auto-hide was
on for the Session Manager, the Session Manager stayed open.
- Fixed a memory leak that occurred when ECDSA keys were used.
- Windows: If a tabbed session was closed or disconnected while it was
being dragged to a new tab group, SecureCRT could crash.
- Windows: After connecting to a session using the Session Manager,
focus remained in the Session Manager instead of moving to the
- Mac/Linux: SecureCRT crashed when attempting to use the Public Key
- Mac: SecureCRT could crash when the font size for a session was
changed in the Session Options dialog by typing in the new font size.
- Mac: SecureCRT could crash if accessibility options were on and the
Session Options dialog was opened several times in rapid succession
from the toolbar or the Cancel button was pressed while tabbing
through options in the Session Options dialog.
- Mac: If auto-hide was on for the Session Manager, pressing COMMAND+I
did not move focus from the session tree to the session filter box.

Changes in SecureCRT 8.0 (Official) -- March 31, 2016


- Windows: Added the ability to lock and unlock all the sessions in
a tab group at once.

Bug fixes:

- Mac: In the Session Manager and Connect dialog, it was not possible
to select multiple sessions using COMMAND+.
- Mac: When outputting a large file with the "cat" command to a
session with column width of 256 or larger, the output was
noticeably slow.

Changes in SecureCRT 8.0 (Beta 5) -- March 22, 2016

Bug fixes:

- SecureCRT could crash when keyword highlighting was being used for
a session and the session was scrolling output.
- Zmodem uploads of large files (e.g., 30 MB) could hang.
- If the configuration paths were set up so that a personal data
folder was being used and the configuration folder was read-only,
settings could not be saved in the personal data folder even
though it was writable.
- If the configuration paths were set up so that a personal data
folder was being used and the configuration folder was read-only,
attempting to merge the configuration data failed and the personal
data was deleted.

Changes in SecureCRT 8.0 (Beta 4) -- March 10, 2016


- The Session Manager's "auto hide" option is on by default.

Bug fixes:

- If there was text in the scrollback buffer and the session was
scrolled all the way back and then the size of the scrollback
buffer was decreased in the Session Options dialog, SecureCRT
- Files uploaded using Zmodem did not have the correct date and
- The progress output from X/Y/Zmodem transfers was formatted
- When there was a large amount of text in the scrollback buffer and
the session window was scrolled all the way back, it was not
possible to scroll all the way back down.
- With the "Office 2013" display theme, if the Session Manager was
docked and the SecureCRT application window was maximized and
moved to a secondary monitory, the Session Manager could
- With the "VS2013 Blue", "VS2013 Dark", and "Office 2013" display
themes, if the computer had two monitors and SecureCRT was
maximized, the application window extended to the other monitor.
- The context menu items "Connect in New Tab Group" and "Connect in
Tabs" should not have been enabled for tiled sessions.
- Windows: When a session was launched from the Activator, focus
remained in the Session Manager instead of being put in the
- Windows: When the mouse hovered over menu items, the status bar
sometimes contained incorrect informational text.
- Mac: The Zmodem Upload dialog did not display the upload options
by default.
- Linux: SecureCRT could crash after issuing the "rz" command to do
a Zmodem file transfer.
- Linux: it was not possible to use the Input Method Editor (IME).

Changes in SecureCRT 8.0 (Beta 3) -- February 18, 2016


- Windows: The global option "Disable session zooming with keyboard
shortcuts" is on by default if the system keyboard is not
English (US, Canada, or UK). This change only affects new

Bug fixes:

- If the global option "Only show tabs when there are more than one"
was set and two or more sessions were connected, the tab for the
first session was not shown.
- The SetOption script function did not work correctly with the
option "User Button Bar Name".
- Windows: When connecting to a Windows system through RDP with the
color depth set to less than 32-bit, the icons in the Session
Manager and Connect dialog were not displayed correctly.
- Mac: Pressing COMMAND+F to search the scrollback buffer could
cause SecureCRT to crash.

Changes in SecureCRT 8.0 (Beta 2) -- February 9, 2016


- The default character encoding is UTF-8. This change only
affects new installations.
- In the Keyword List Properties dialog, the character limit for
keywords that are not regular expressions was increased to 256.
- Added support for the Modify field order in TN3270 emulation.

Bug fixes:

- When editing the Default session's Color Scheme, the "Normal"
widget flickered.

Changes in SecureCRT 8.0 (Beta 1) -- January 28, 2016

New features:

- Windows: Added support for tab groups, which provides another
option for organizing connected sessions and doing side-by-side
comparisons of session output.
- Windows: The user interface has new themes and new toolbar
- Windows: Buttons on the button bar can be arranged by dragging
and dropping when the ALT key is pressed.
- Windows: Added support for high-DPI monitors.
- Added support for TN3270 emulation.
- Added support for the VT320 status line.
- Added a "Send Characters Immediately" mode to the Command window,
which makes it possible to do the following in one or multiple
sessions: stop commands using CTRL+C, edit files using an editor
such as vi, send escape sequences, and do tab completion.
- Added the ability to start the TFTP server when SecureCRT starts,
when any session connects, and manually.
- Added the ability to use and generate ECDSA (RFC 5656) and
Ed25519 keys.
- Added the ability to generate keys in the new OpenSSH format.
- SSH2: PuTTY PPK keys can be used for public-key authentication.
- SSH2: On Windows, enhanced public-key authentication to allow
a public key to be specified from the CAPI or PKCS #11 store.
- SSH2: On Windows, public keys can be exported in OpenSSH
format and can be exported from PKCS #11.
- SSH2: On Windows, certificates can be used as a raw key for
public-key authentication.
- SSH2: On Windows, added support for X.509 authentication using
the x509v3-ssh-rsa and x509v3-ssh-dss algorithms as specified in
RFC 6187.
- SSH2: On Windows, X.509v3 keys can be added to the SSH agent.
- SSH2: Added an SSH INI-file-only option called "Automatically
Accept Host Keys", which allows host keys to be accepted
automatically. Note: Enabling this option is not considered
a security best practice.
- SSH2: Added a session INI-file-only option "Ident String" that
allows the SecureCRT identity string to be specified.
- Added a "Close All Not Connected" item to the tabbed/tiled session
right-click menu, which makes it easy to close all sessions that
are not currently connected.
- Added a menu item to the Zoom pull-right menu in the View menu that
allows a session to be restored to its original size if it has been
- Added an option for disabling session zooming with keyboard
shortcuts to the Global Options dialog.
- Added support for Xterm OSC escape sequences to change background
and foreground colors.
- In the Session Manager and Connect dialog, it's now possible to
connect a session or sessions in a new window without changing the
option that specifies whether or not sessions should be opened in
a tab.
- The connection status icons were updated.
- Windows: Updated the icons in the Session Manager and Connect
- Windows: Added the ability to make SecureCRT the default
application for the URI "ssh://".
- Mac/Linux: The button bar can now be positioned at the top of the
SecureCRT window.


- By default, SecureCRT now listens for port forward requests only
- Improved the drawing performance of keyword highlighting.
- Quick Connect sessions that are saved are put in the current folder
in the Session Manager.
- Added a keyboard shortcut for the "Reconnect All" menu item.
- The ability to use a session as a firewall has been added to the
Quick Connect dialog and the Session wizard.
- The escape sequence "CSI ?3l" is ignored when the SecureCRT
window is maximized or full screen.
- Added the ability to map a key or button to display the Global or
Session Options dialogs.
- In the Session Manager, when a folder or multiple sessions are
selected, selecting the new menu item "Connect in Tabs in New
Window" opens the selected sessions in tabs in a new SecureCRT
- Changed the SSL GUI protocol name to "Telnet/TLS" to reflect
that TLS is supported.
- Added "Contact Support" to the Help menu.
- SSH2: If host key authentication fails with the ssh-dss algorithm,
the ssh-rsa algorithm is preferred on subsequent attempts to
reconnect the session.
- SSH2: It's now possible to specify the minimum group exchange prime
size in the Session Options dialog.
- SSH2: SecureCRT can now connect to Cisco devices that send the
incorrect identity string "SSH-2.99-Cisco-1.25".
- SSH2: The "diffie-hellman" key exchange algorithm is off for the
default session. This change only affects new installations.
- SSH2: SHA-1 and SHA-2 fingerprints are displayed for public keys
in addition to MD5.
- SSH2: In all places where the host key fingerprint is displayed,
the SHA-2 fingerprint is also displayed.
- Windows: Updated the included Python library to version 2.7.
- Windows: The background color for the selected theme is used as
the background for the terminal area when SecureCRT starts and
no sessions are connected.
- Windows: If there is nothing in the clipboard that can be pasted
into SecureCRT, all paste operations are either disabled or
ignored, which eliminates the "General clipboard failure" error
- Windows: If the administrative policy "Enable Check For Updates"
is set to false, "Update Now" is not allowed.
- Windows: Only PNG files can be used as images in custom menu
(.MNU) files.
- Mac: The font dialog now shows only fixed-width fonts that can
be used with SecureCRT.
- Mac: Improved the docking interface for the Session Manager.

Bug fixes:

- Attempting to delete a session without a name caused every session
in the session database to be deleted.
- If SecureCRT had insufficient permissions to access a configuration
folder located on OneDrive, SecureCRT crashed.
- SecureCRT could become unresponsive when settings were being
imported or exported, especially when the configuration was large
(e.g., lots of sessions).
- SecureCRT could hang or display output incorrectly when the output
contained OSC RGB color substitution escape sequences.
- When upgrading from a version of SecureCRT prior to 6.1, session
logon actions were not migrated.
- In the Quick Connect dialog, if all authentication methods were
disabled for SSH2 and then an attempt was made to change the protocol
to Telnet, a warning was displayed and the protocol was not changed.
- When the session options "Shift forces local mouse operations" and
"Send scroll wheel events to remote" were set, scroll wheel events
with SHIFT pressed were sent to the remote system.
- It was not possible to drag the file separator in vim.
- The selection in a session could be lost when switching between
tabbed sessions or when the cursor was repositioned to the same
row as the selection.
- If the Session Manager had "Auto Hide" set and focus was in an
application other than SecureCRT, if the mouse was moved over the
Session Manager, it appeared to be activated, but clicking in the
Session Manager did nothing.
- If the global options "Reuse disconnected tabs" and "Connect
sessions in tabs" were off and the SecureCRT window contained a
disconnected tab, when a new session was connected, it was opened
in a new tab.
- A highlight keyword list with the name "New..." could not be
edited or deleted. The name "New..." is no longer allowed.
- If a disconnected tab was reused and the new session had a different
value specified for the scrollback lines, the value from the old
session was used.
- When the narrow font was being used, pressing the "Font" button for
the Normal font showed the wrong font in the Font dialog.
- SecureCRT did not produce the correct result for the vttest test
"Test of autowrap, mixing control and print characters."
- If SecureCRT started in tiled mode and then was switched to
tabbed mode, the "Show button bar" session option was not
- If the windows transparency settings were change to values other
than 255 (opaque), the settings were not honored when SecureCRT
- Pass-through printing did not print Unicode characters correctly.
- SSH2: If the host key database was on an offline cached network
drive, SecureCRT was not able to save new host keys.
- SSH2: The cached session password was not updated after a password
change was forced by the remote system.
- SSH2: The SHA-2 fingerprint of the public key was not correct when a
.pfx file was used as the public key.
- SSH2: When attempting to connect to a session that specified
PKCS #11 public-key authentication using the ActivClient DLL, the
connection failed due to an error creating the signature during
public-key authentication.
- Windows: On a high-DPI (e.g., 4k) monitor, font scaling and session
zooming did not work correctly.
- Windows: On high-DPI monitors with scaling enabled, folders in
the Session Manager could not be expanded or collapsed.
- Windows: The Keymap Editor did not work correctly on high-DPI
- Windows: The INI-file-only option to limit the taskbar preview
thumbnails was not being honored.
- Windows: If a session that toggled the display of the button bar
or Command window was connected, the SecureCRT window resized and
changed the session's geometry.
- Windows: When using the Windows Classic theme, if the terminal
window contained scrollback data, moving the Find dialog over it
caused sections of the terminal window to be erased.
- Windows: When the session database contained folders and one
of those folders was selected in the Session Manager, if a
session was created using the Quick Connect dialog, the session
was not saved in the selected folder and any expanded folders
were collapsed.
- Windows: Attempting to set the port forward table using an array in
a VBScript script failed.
- Mac: If multiple tabbed sessions were connected and one of the
sessions was scrolled back, when switching between the tabs, part of
the terminal window could be missing.
- Mac: COMMAND+V could not be used to paste into dialogs.
- Mac: Local shell sessions opened in a tab when the "Open in a tab"
setting was off.
- Mac: If SecureCRT was in full-screen mode and three sessions were
connected, the wrong menu was displayed when the center tab was
right clicked.
- Mac: When using an Apple Magic Mouse, doing a side-swipe on the mouse
after or while double clicking caused focus to be put in the Session
- Mac: If the SecureCRT window was maximized after connecting to a
session and the toolbar was hidden, the SecureCRT window resized
and changed position. Then if the SecureCRT was maximized again
and the same session was connected again or closed, the SecureCRT
window resized and changed position again.
- Mac: If the SecureCRT application window was closed, nothing
happened when "Import Settings..." or "Export Settings..." was
selected from the Tools menu.
- Mac/Linux: When connecting to an SSH2 server with "ssh1" in the
hostname, the host key was prompted for even if it had been
- Mac/Linux: If the option "Open Sessions in a Tab" was disabled in
the Session Manager and the sessions in a folder were connected
using "Connect in Tabs", all subsequent sessions were opened as
tabs in the same window.
- Mac/Linux: The Session Manager could not be docked by double-
clicking its title bar.
- Mac/Linux: When focus was in the Command window, and the shortcut
key ALT+ was entered, the number was sent to the Command
window and the specified tab was not activated.
- Mac/Linux: If multiple sessions were open in tabs and one tab had
some text selected and the other tab was activated, the selection in
the original tab was lost.
- Mac/Linux: If multiple sessions were selected in the Session Manager
or Connect dialog, using the context menu could change the selection
to contain only a single session.
Ключевые преимущества:
Securely access business applications on UNIX, Linux, or VMS from machines running Windows, Linux, and Mac — employ the rich emulation support for VT100/102/220, TN3270, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and Linux console.

Configure, manage, and organize all your sessions with full control over scrollback, key mappings, colors, fonts, and more — whether you have one or thousands of sessions.

Access your full array of network devices from one client with SSH (SSH2, SSH1), Telnet, Telnet/TLS, serial, and other protocols.

Leverage the high-productivity GUI with time-saving capabilities including multi-session launch, tabbed sessions, tab groups (Windows), tiled sessions, cloned sessions, a button bar for repeated commands, and mapped keys.

Depend on the open standard Secure Shell (SSH) protocol for encrypted logon and session data, flexible authentication options, and optional FIPS 140-2 -approved ciphers.

Automate repetitive tasks in SecureCRT by running scripts using VBScript, JScript, PerlScript, or Python. The script recorder builds your keystrokes into a VBScript or Python script.

Transfer files between network devices with SFTP, Xmodem, Ymodem, Zmodem, or Kermit. A built-in TFTP server provides additional file transfer flexibility.

Save steps with the close integration of SecureCRT and the SecureFX® file transfer client, which share sessions and settings that let you run SFTP, FTP, SCP, and FTP/TLS file transfer sessions without reentering passwords.

Learn more about SecureCRT features.

Процедура лечения:
копируем keygen.exe в папку с программой, запускаем от имени администратора - нажимаем Generate, потом PATCH.
Если автоматическая активация не применилась, просто вставляем данные из кейгена в окна с регистрацией.
1. При запуске программы появится окно регистрации, нажать Enter License data:
2. В следующем окне нажимаем Далее
3. Нажимаем Enter License Manually
4. В появившемся окне вставляем Name: и Company:
5. Далее Serial number: и License key:
6. Далее вводим Issue date: Features оставляем пустым
7. Жмем Готово программа активирована

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