Use Private Shell ssh client to establish secure...
- terminal connection (SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, serial port device);
- file transfer connection (built-in SFTP client);
- database connecton (MySQL, Oracle, Postgres, DB2);
- CVS/SVN repository access;
- SOCKS5 proxy;
- e-mail server connection;
- VNC server connection;
- X11 tunneling;
- and more.
Private Shell is an advanced and easy-to-use SSH and SecureFTP client for
Windows providing remote computer access with SSH1 and SSH2 protocols.
SSH client anyone can use
Autoconfiguration wizard helps you to setup basic and advanced SSH sessions.
Even if you are not familiar with SSH, you can easily establish connections
that use public key authentication and provide ssh tunneling for third-party
applications (such as MySQL, CVS, VNC, e-mal clients and other software).
Connect to any SSH server
Private Shell's default configuration allows you to connect to any
SSH1 or SSH2 server in the most secure way by choosing the strongest
encryption algorithms supported by a remote computer. A lot of
cryptography options let you to setup your own connection security
parameters. Full support for ssh tunneling and X11 forwarding.
Authenticate with password, public key or with keyboard-interactive
Private Shell takes care to establish public key authentication,
providing DSA or RSA key generation and key upload features.
You can use the included key agent utility to cache decrypted
private keys. Tokens are supported.
Built-in file transfer tools
Use built-in Secure FTP client (SFTP client) to transfer files
between computers securely. SFTP and SSH clients are integrated
and use the same profile directory and authentication methods.
Secure FTP client provides familiar Explorer-style to access the files.
Windows user interface and command line interface
Use the power and flexibility of graphical user interface
and speed of command line interface. Included ssh.exe and scp.exe
provide command line interface for SSH client and SCP (Secure CoPy).
Tune up terminal window
Change look and feel of terminal window. Do not entangle connections
by setting different terminal color schemes for profiles.
Connect to the computers in languages other than English
Use Private Shell's "remote codepage" feature to display
non-English characters sent by servers
Carry ssh client to use from anywhere
Install Private Shell to a flash drive or even to a diskette
to access remote computers from anywhere.
Use on old and modern computers
Private Shell's low system requirements allow you to use
this ssh client on all versions of Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003/7/8 32bit / 64bit.
Related Tutorials: CVS and SSH,
MySQL and SSH,
SecureFTP: SFTP client,
Comparison between PuTTY and Private Shell SSH clients
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