SecureCRT 8.3.3

Description

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 Version 8.3.3

New features:
  • Added a global option to disable all printing
  • ssh-add can be used to add keys from a remote Linux, Unix, or Mac system to SecureCRT's agent using agent forwarding
Change:
  • The accelerator for resetting the zoom level to 100% was changed to COMMAND+SHIFT+0
Bug fixes:
  • SecureCRT crashed when the remote system tried to write to the VT320 status line, but the VT320 status line had not been enabled by the remote.
  • SecureCRT did not send FIN when disconnecting Telnet sessions
  • If the SecureCRT window was maximized and then minimized and restored, when a session was connected, the window was restored instead of remaining maximized
  • The hostname was not remembered if the protocol was changed from SSH2 to Telnet when the Connect bar was used to connect to a remote system
  • In Python scripts, the Session object method "Unlock" did not work
  • Windows: On Windows 10, if RDP was used to connect to a machine running SecureCRT with a session connected and then RDP was disconnected, SecureCRT crashed
  • Mac: If focus was in the Connect bar and text was entered causing the auto complete dropdown to be displayed, SecureCRT crashed if it was closed using the red "X"
  • Mac: If the user didn't have write permission to the /cores file, a warning was displayed when SecureCRT started
  • Mac: Keymapping did not work correctly when a key was mapped to COMMAND+X
  • Mac: In the Color Scheme dialog, the scrollbar thumb became unresponsive when it was dragged to scroll the ANSI colors list
  • Mac: In a Python script that created a message box with "Yes" and "No" buttons, the default button could not be set to "No"
  • Linux: On Ubuntu, after selecting a session in the Session Manager or Connect dialog, it could take a long time to connect the session or display the session's properties

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