SecureCRT 8.0.4 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 8.0.4:
Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later
- SecureCRT could hang if a session was doing keyword highlighting and a command such as “watch daemons” was issued.
- When a session used Xterm emulation, CTRL+ARROW escape sequences were output as characters in the terminal window.
- If a mapped key used the ALT modifier, the menu bar got focus when the mapped key was pressed.
- If a script called Screen.Send with bSendToScreenOnly set to true, Chinese characters were not displayed correctly in the terminal window.
- When the session database contained several folders, if the settings were exported and then imported into an empty configuration, the folders were not in alphabetical order.
- If the Connect dialog was opened using the ALT+C shortcut and a session was connected using the ALT+B shortcut, the session was opened in a new window instead of in a tab.
- The Session Manager and Connect dialog showed the expansion icon on an empty folder if the folder previously contained sessions.
- SSH2: SecureCRT crashed when attempting to use the ECSA certificate from a Yubikey smart card.
- SSH2: SecureCRT reported an error when attempting to connect to a Cisco device that used the ident string “SSH-2.99-Cisco-1.25”.
- Mac: If system accessibility options were on, SecureCRT could crash shortly after starting or waking from sleep.
- Mac: The bold font attribute was not honored for the session font.
- Mac: When the global option “Show confirm disconnect dialog” was set and several sessions were open, if the right-most session was activated and COMMAND+W was used to close the tab, pressing ENTER on the keyboard in rapid succession to dismiss the prompt dialogs could result in a prompt dialog that could not be closed.
- Mac: Progress dialogs were displayed as a white box and could not be dismissed.
- Mac/Linux: If the default session was set to have 32000 columns, attempting to connect to a remote system using Quick Connect caused SecureCRT to crash.
1. Unpack and install
2. Go through Installation Guide provided in File