Bitvise SSH Client (formerly Tunnelier) is a fast, secure FTP and terminal client with a variety of "tunnel" options to create secure connections, similar to a VPN. The program can forward Windows file shares over SSH, an FTP-to-SFTP protocol bridge, port forwarding, and more. See forum discussion for adding secure FTP to existing portable software.
Includes support for single-click remote desktop forwarding for graphical server access, vt100, strong auto-reconnect, and a scriptable console-mode SFTP client. Integrated SOCKS and HTTP proxy are available for dynamic forwarding. Security measures include wide encryption protocol support including public key exchange and optional integrated compression. Supports profiles and optional encryption of local passwords.
Functional in 64-bit.
|System Requirements:||WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10|
|Writes settings to:||Application folder (see more here)|
|Stealth: ?||Yes. See note below.|
|License:||Free for personal use|
|How to extract:||
Note: The uninstall process creates entries in HKLM\SOFTWARE\Bitvise and HKCU\Software\Bitvise but these can be deleted manually.
billon on 2015-10-30 22:30
Current version is 8.43
billon on 2015-10-30 22:32
i mean 6.43, sorry
Midas on 2016-01-14 15:11See all 6›
@billon: you can delete your mistaken post by pressing the can icon at the far right...
KiTTY is a Telnet, SSH, and Rlogin client forked from PuTTY. In addition to adding portability, it supports many new features, including session filters, automatic login, session icon, pre-defined saved command shortcuts, terminal protection feature, automatic login, and ability to run commands on startup.
Interface improvements include transparency, roll-up, and more.
|System Requirements:||Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10|
|Writes settings to:||Application folder|
|License:||MIT (source code)|
|How to extract:||Download kitty_portable.exe to a folder of your choice and launch.|
smaragdus on 2015-09-01 16:59
siegfried on 2015-09-02 19:13
Midas on 2015-11-15 20:39See all 14›
@siegfried: I confirm your findings, even after adding a "configdir=" key with a relative path.