UI enhancements (Mac and Linux)WML
SecureFX for Mac has a new GUI and main toolbar. Mac and Linux versions have new toolbar icons in the Session Manager and Connect dialog.
Synchronized file browsingWML
A "Synchronize File Browsing" option allows lockstep navigation of local and remote folders that have the same directory structure.
Server-to-server synchronizationW M L
Synchronization is more flexible with the added ability to synchronize files on two remote systems. This makes it easier to roll out changes to a production server, to do backups, and to do replication.
Enhanced smart card supportW M L
On Mac and Linux, select a specific certificate on the smart card (PIV/CAC) to be used for public-key authentication. PKCS #11 certificates are supported. On all platforms, the username can be pulled directly from the specified certificate.
New public-key authentication options (Mac and Linux)W M L
Certificates can be used as raw key. Public keys can be exported in OpenSSH format and from PKCS #11.
SSH agent (Mac and Linux)W M L
X.509v3 keys can be added to the SSH agent.
Time-saving enhancementsW M L
The Options menu now includes an "Edit Default Session" item so you can quickly change the default session. The Session Manager and Connect dialog right-click menus now include "Expand All Folders" and "Collapse All Folders".
A /ConfigPassphrase option allows the configuration passphrase to be specified on the SecureFX and SFXCL command line. A /NoTempFiles option prevents the creation of temporary files during synchronize and quick synchronize operations.