Use SecureCRT® and VShell® server to let remote users logon to the company network directly or through any ISP. Once connected, they can securely send and receive email, download new data and orders to the company database, and view files in their network user folder. All with less worry about passwords being compromised and sensitive data being intercepted on public networks.
SecureCRT offers port forwarding services as part of a complete, multi-function Secure Shell client that also provides a wide range of terminal emulations for remote shell access. SecureCRT supports secure file transfers via Xmodem, Zmodem, Ymodem, and SFTP. Using SecureCRT, TCP/IP data like email, calendars, and other network applications can be secured with the authentication, encryption, and data integrity offered by Secure Shell.
With VShell, administrators can enable selective port-forwarding ports for individual hosts or IP addresses and allow or deny port-forwarding abilities on a user-by-user basis. Port forwarding to email (POP3, IMAP, or SMTP), Usenet (NNTP), web access (HTTP), and any other TCP/IP application can be turned on or off depending on whether the user is on the office LAN or working from a remote location.
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VShell server, a secure alternative to Telnet and FTP with additional data tunneling services, is a secure portal to a Windows or UNIX server's resources and the network. VShell provides secure authentication, strong encryption, and data integrity using the open Secure Shell protocol (SSH2).
SecureCRT is an extremely customizable terminal emulator with support for Secure Shell (SSH1 and SSH2) as well as Telnet, Telnet/TLS, Rlogin, serial, and TAPI protocols. SecureCRT is ideal for connecting to remote systems running Windows, UNIX, and VMS.
use the same remote access software on OS X, Linux and Windows.
get a commercially supported UNIX Secure Shell server.
have secure terminal emulation for my Mac OS X systems.
replace nonsecure Telnet.
replace nonsecure FTP.
comply with FIPS 140-2.
securely transfer files with simple drag and drop.
remotely access machines over the internet.
allow users to transfer files with limited access.
lock down my firewall.
automate or script secure file transfers.
protect my private data.
use strong data encryption.
connect using a variety of terminal emulations.
synchronize file systems with remote servers.
automate routine tasks.
set up a DMZ drop zone and allow users to transfer files with limited access.