C++ SSL Library
C++ library that wraps both raw and SSL functionality into an easy-to-use set of classes. Raw sockets supported: * IPV4 TCP Platforms currently supported: * Windows The following SSL libraries are supported: * OpenSSL 1.0.2d Additional platforms, raw libraries (e.g. IPV6) etc. will be added in due course, the architecture has been designed to accommodate expansion.
Successor to PuTTY with advanced features similar to iterm2
QuTTY is a multi-tabbed, multi-paned SSH/Telnet client with a terminal emulator. The goal is to support advanced features similar to iterm2. Just download and try it. If you see any issues you can install one of the Visual Studio runtimes VC++ 2012 or VC++ 2010. If you still face issues report it to us. Report any issues or feature-requests in issue-tracker. We need help from volunteers to find and fix any blocking issues, so that a stable release can be made soon.
Upload files through Putty. Without additional software.
Encode any file to base64 form (called signature) and paste it into putty window. File is reconstructed on remote side to original file. REQUIREMENTS: - Windows XP (or newer) - Net Framework 4.0 [http://www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=17851] - Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013 x86 [http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40784]
Paul Thomas's Performance Tuned SSH, aka PTssh. A cross-platform, high-performance, multi-threaded, thread-safe library implementing the SSH2 protocol and SFTP version 3.
Alternate implementation of PuTTY using Qt 4 libraries for platform-specific code. Includes library that allows to embed PuTTY into any Qt-based apllication.
CryAlgo is for Academic only Purposes. Demonstrates the implentation of some ciphers at the moment . Its open source and i intend add more algorithms for ciphers .
Simple portable cross platform FTP/SFTP/HTTP client.
cron-like daemon able to use ssh connections
Ssh-cron has moved to GitHub, and can now be reached at https://fbb-git.github.io/ssh-cron/ Please refer to github's location for the latest archive and releases.