Xshell is a SSH, TELNET, and RLOGIN terminal emulator for Windows platforms. It allows users to gain access to UNIX or Linux hosts easily and securely on a Windows workstation. SSH protocol supports encryption and user authentication for secure connections over the Internet, and it replaces legacy protocols such as TELNET and RLOGIN. It is designed to satisfy both beginners and advanced users. Its user interface is intuitive and it provides advanced users with powerful features such as local commands, searching with regular expressions, dynamic port forwarding, and international languages.
What's new in this version:
Version 5.0 build 1322:
MOD: Enhanced encryption of session information (Anti BothanSpy)
MOD: Xftp sessions initiated from Xshell open in a new tab, not window
FIX: Only VBS files displayed when selecting script
FIX: MessageBox popups displayed behind main window
FIX: At times unable to import session files from previous versions
Very powerful terminal emulator, with many additional functions, configurable and flexible also for the very fastidious user and many automatic functions.
Not completely free - if you installing it with default settings, after evaluation period asking for registration and purchasing every time you starting it, and comes with limited abilities if installed for personal use.
Great and highly recommended tool for any person who need remote access for any purpose. Completely integrated into Windows environment, easy-to-install, intuitive and user-friendly but powerful and flexible. Can be used for remote Linux/Unix system administration, programming, QA needs, but also as Serial console emulator and more. Highly customizable.
My primary use for this was going to be moving files from my windows box to my linux box via sftp. Every time an sftp file transfer fails, the program stops accepting input from the keyboard, which is a bit frustrating.