|Created on||2017-01-07 01:27:37|
|Files||SecureCRT 8.0.4.zip (52.29 MB)|
Name: SecureCRT for Mac
Release Date: 08 Dec 2016
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version:OS X 10.10 or later
Web Site: https://www.vandyke.com/products/securecrt/mac_osx.html
SecureCRT provides rock-solid terminal emulation for computing professionals, raising productivity with advanced session management and a host of ways to save time and streamline repetitive tasks. SecureCRT provides secure remote access, file transfer, and data tunneling for everyone in your organization.
• Quality emulation
• Standards-based security
• Powerful session management
• High-productivity interface
• Time-saving automation tools
What’s New in Version 8.0.4:
・SecureCRT could hang if a session was doing keyword highlighting and a command such as “watch daemons” was issued.
・When a session used Xterm emulation, CTRL+ARROW escape sequences were output as characters in the terminal window.
・If a mapped key used the ALT modifier, the menu bar got focus when the mapped key was pressed.
・If a script called Screen.Send with bSendToScreenOnly set to true, Chinese characters were not displayed correctly in the terminal window.
・When the session database contained several folders, if the settings were exported and then imported into an empty configuration, the folders were not in alphabetical order.
・If the Connect dialog was opened using the ALT+C shortcut and a session was connected using the ALT+B shortcut, the session was opened in a new window instead of in a tab.
・The Session Manager and Connect dialog showed the expansion icon on an empty folder if the folder previously contained sessions.
・SSH2:SecureCRT crashed when attempting to use the ECSA certificate from a Yubikey smart card.
・SSH2:SecureCRT reported an error when attempting to connect to a Cisco device that used the ident string “SSH-2.99-Cisco-1.25”.
・Mac:If system accessibility options were on, SecureCRT could crash shortly after starting or waking from sleep.
・Mac:The bold font attribute was not honored for the session font.
・Mac:When the global option “Show confirm disconnect dialog” was set and several sessions were open, if the right-most session was activated and COMMAND+W was used to close the tab, pressing ENTER on the keyboard in rapid succession to dismiss the prompt dialogs could result in a prompt dialog that could not be closed.
・Mac:Progress dialogs were displayed as a white box and could not be dismissed.
・Mac/Linux:If the default session was set to have 32000 columns, attempting to connect to a remote system using Quick Connect caused SecureCRT to crash.