Name: SecureCRT for Mac
Release Date: April 28th, 2017
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.
What's New in Version 8.1.2:
- A menu function MENU_SEND_COMMAND_TO_ALL_SESSIONS was added. If this menu function is mapped to a key or button, pressing it causes the value of "Send Command to" to become "All Sessions".
- SecureCRT could crash when attempting to access session settings (e.g., from the Session Options dialog) for a session that lost its connection.
- SecureCRT crashed when attempting to load a certificate from a TIKS card that was inserted in an internal reader.
- If the menu function MENU_TOGGLE_SEND_COMMANDS_TO_ALL_SESSIONS was mapped to a key or button, pressing it did not do anything if the value of "Send Command to" in the Command window was "All Sessions".
- Certificate chaining failed for RFC 6187 when using PKCS#11 if the complete chain of certificates was not on the smart card.
- When performing X.509 authentication to an OpenSSH server with Roumen Petrov's PKIX patch applied, the wrong hashing algorithm was used for generating the signature for an RSA certificate.
- When using Xmodem to do a file transfer in a serial session, the transfer failed because SecureCRT wrongly changed the parity when the transfer started.
- Named pipes in serial sessions did not work.
- For serial sessions, if multiple ports were available and a port other than the first port in the dropdown list was selected in the Session Options dialog and the Session Options dialog was re-opened, the selected port was the first port in the list.
- Windows: When a theme other than "Native" or "Shaded" was used, if the Session Manager was docked, the scrollbar did not match the theme colors and it flashed when the SecureCRT application window was resized.
- Windows: SSH agent did not use the algorithm name specified by RFC 6187 if the session used an X.509 certificate stored in a file.
- Mac: Braille characters were displayed as square boxes if the session used UTF-8 encoding.
- Mac: If a tab was dragged to create a second tab group and then back to the original group so that there was a single tab group, the terminal size for the active session or all sessions was sometimes incorrect.
- Mac: When the system keyboard shortcut tab option was set to "Text boxes and lists only," if SecureCRT had focus and then the application window was maximized, SecureCRT no longer had focus.
- Mac/Linux: If there were multiple tab groups and the SecureCRT application window was maximized and the splitter bar was moved and then the application window was restored, the terminal size was wrong for one or more sessions.
- Linux: The 32-bit Ubuntu 16.x installer reported an error when attempting to run it on a 32-bit Ubuntu 16.10 system.