SecureCRT® for Mac
Network professionals can run SecureCRT on their Mac systems, or switch back and forth easily between Mac, Linux, and Windows. All platforms deliver:
- OpenSSH is a free version of the SSH connectivity tools that technical users rely on.
- SecureCRT is another client that works well. Do not use Hyperterminal. Even if it is already present on the client PC, it is unreliable and prone to formatting incorrectly and losing data. Mac OS X¶ On Mac OS X clients, the GNU screen utility is the easiest and most common choice.
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- Quality emulation
- Standards-based security
- Powerful session management
- High-productivity interface
- Time-saving automation tools
Highlight individual words, phrases, or substrings in the session window to identify errors in log files or streaming output and to highlight prompts. Regular expressions are also supported, making it easier to highlight strings like IP addresses. Keyword display attributes (bold, reverse video, and color) can be combined.
Dark Mode is supported for macOS 10.14 or later.
Session Configuration and Management
SecureCRT gives you extensive session management options. Name your sessions, save and recall session settings, and configure custom keyboard, display, connection and other settings for each session. You can also organize your sessions in folders and access your sessions quickly by typing part of the session name in the Connect bar or the Session Manager's filter bar.
Tab groups allow you to compare the output of two sessions and group related sessions in the same SecureCRT window so that you can get more done in less time. You can organize sessions in tabs and switch easily between them. Or you can work in one tab while monitoring the session output in another tab. Tabs can be grouped vertically or horizontally.
Map buttons to commands or actions, such as sending strings, running scripts, menu functions, and protocol commands, or launching external programs like your favorite editor, cmd.exe, or regedit. You can create different button bars for specific sessions or operations and assign a color to the button icons so that they are easier to see and organize. The Button Bar Manager allows you to add, duplicate, edit, delete, rename, and rearrange button bars.
VanDyke products are available for download and evaluation with a 30-day evaluation license. Evaluation software is fully functional and includes documentation.
I have been using SecureCRT on Win32 systems for around a decade. It is by far the best SSH/Terminal application I have ever used. Sadly, there is nothing on OS X quite like it.
Sure, Leopard gave us tabbed browsing under OS X; but the ability to manage groups of tabs is, to say the least, crippled. JellyfiSSH gives us a nice menu for managing connections, but it in itself is limited. It won’t open new connections as a tab on an existing window.
Short details of SecureCRT for Mac OS X: SecureCRT for Windows, Mac, and Linux provides rock-solid terminal emulation, secure remote access, file transfer, and data tunneling with advanced session management and automation. Access an array of network devices via SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, Telnet/SSL, Serial, and other protocols, with. Full Screenshot.
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I wrote an article a while back about getting SecureCRT working on CrossOver Mac, but that has its limitations as well. The majority of what I regularly need to do works, but there is a fair chunk of activities that just crash out.
Apparently I missed something in the last VanDyke News You Can Use newsletter. I missed a survey for OS X users. I missed the chance to raise my voice and say “I will buy it!”
Never fear though, for it appears that VanDyke is indeed embarking on this noble project!
2. Survey Results – SecureCRT for Mac OS X
Last month we surveyed you to learn more about how you use the Mac,
and what features you would like to see in SecureCRT for the Mac
Those of you who responded were not just home and educational
users: a significant number of corporate IT users were among the
participants, with a sizable portion in larger organizations. Job
titles tended to be technical, from IT managers to developers, with
some executives for good measure.
Not surprisingly, well over half of those who responded were
current Mac users. The same proportion say they will not be
running Windows on a desktop a year from now. As for their needs,
over half wanted to see the same session management and tabbed
interface that the Windows version offers.
The most surprising result was that over half of those who
responded said there was a trend in their organization to move
away from Windows within 12 months.
The survey is now closed, but we want to get your input during
initial development. Send your requirements and comments
directly to Maureen Jett, the SecureCRT product director, at
This is FANTASTIC news! I can’t wait.
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ps. Now, if only the folks at Visual SlickEdit would get off their arses and write a Carbon/Cocoa native port of SlickEdit for OS X. Yeah, yeah, yeah… there is an X11 based port for OS X. Sadly, it falls into the same trap that SecureCRT under CrossOver Mac does: Some of it works the way you expect, and some doesn’t; and that is just too annoying to deal with at times.
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