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AbsoluteTelnet provides Telnet, SSH, SSH2, SFTP, dialup, and serial connectivity in the new tabbed multi-session interface or the classic single-session interface. A wide range of emulations are provided, including VT100, VT220, VT320, XTERM, WYSE60, ANSI, SCO-ANSI, Televideo, ANSI-BBS, and QNX. Packed with options such as dynamic port forwarding, SOCKS5, IPV6, BIDI (bidirectional text), Arabic shaping, port forwarding, file transfer, and IDNA (International Domain Names for Applications), Absolute is sure to support the technology you need. Absolute supports single-sign-on capability through advanced authentication features such as smartcard, DoD CAC, and GSSAPI (ActiveDirectory, Kerberos and NTLM). Encryption options such as Blowfish, Twofish, AES, Arcfour, 3DES, Cast128, IDEA, and RC4 provide maximum security in today's insecure environments. SFTP, xmodem, ymodem, and zmodem protocols provide extensive file-transfer support. AbsoluteTelnet supports connections on serial ports greater than COM9 and has a variable scrollback size.
What's new in this version:
Version 9.83: Support for Windows 8, Cisco IOS, and HKSCS is improved. Support for AES encrypted private keys, the default when using newer versions of OpenSSL required for the heartbleed fix. While heartbleed does not directly affect SSH, heartbleed's remedy (upgrading OpenSSL) may introduce incompatibilities with other software. After upgrading OpenSSL, OpenSSH's ssh-keygen will encrypt private keys with AES instead of DES. Some client software will not recognize the encryption on the pri... See all new features »