Multiple local windowsWML
You can now open multiple local windows within SecureFX. When doing synchronized browsing, the remote session will be paired with its own local window.
Session folder filterWML
Include top-level folders in the Session Manager or Connect dialog filtered sessions by adding a forward slash to the end of the search text in the session filter box. Folders that match and the sessions in those folders are included in the filtered sessions. Partial matches are supported, making it even faster to find the session you’re looking for.
Dark mode support (Mac)M
Dark Mode support has been added on macOS 10.14 and later.
SecureFX can now connect using the HTTPS (WebDAV) transfer protocol.
Specify TLS versions (Windows)W
A global option allows you to specify which TLS versions are allowed.
Remote same-system copyWML
When a remote file is copied to another location on the same server, the file is not downloaded to the remote system first. This feature works with SFTP servers that support the "copy-file" SFTP extension, HTTP WebDAV servers, and some SCP servers.
Local proxy command supportWML
A new firewall type, "Proxy command", allows a local proxy command to be run when connecting to a remote server.
New algorithm supportWML
SecureFX now supports x509v3-ecdsa-sha2 algorithms per RFC 6187 for PKCS #11 as well as SSH2 support for the diffie-hellman-group14-sha256, diffie-hellman-group16-sha512, and diffie-hellman-group18-sha512 key-exchange algorithms.
Improved synchronize URL supportWML
Transfer URLs like “sftp://” and “https://” can be specified as the remote source/target session for synchronize operations in both SecureFX and the SFXCL command-line utility.
Wildcards can be used with the /CHMOD command-line option.
Support for Ubuntu 19.x and macOS 10.15 Catalina has been added.