A graphical enviroment for SSH / SFTP / Port Forwarding allowed to create a FTP-to-SFTP server binding on a port and a SOCKS5/4 or HTTP proxy. It implements the most commmon ciphers and hash function, plus some offuscation in the connection (for servers with the patch in its SSH server). The client is free, the server has to be paid for.
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The SSH client software is free without any limitations.
Pro Built-in SFTP window
The client comes with built-in SFTP window to easily move files between the client and the server.
Pro Can save and load profiles
Profiles can be used to save connection information and connection specific settings.
Pro Great option for small businesses
Bitvise is one of the few SSH clients that offers all features free for all types of users, including organizations. At the same time, there are no compromises in terms of functionality. It has an advanced GUI, corporation-wide single sign-on, learning resources including guides and FAQs, and other features.
Pro Very fast
New SSH windows pop up almost instantly when you launch one.
Pro Renders everything quickly and reliably
Some SSH clients do not render mc or htop properly (or quickly) or vim is glitchy through tmux, etcetera. I have NOT encountered any issues with Bitvise.
Pro RDP over SSH
You can use Remote Desktop through SSH
Con Saved profiles(sessions) feature is not good
Why not have a panel to show saved profiles that the user can easily to open sessions?
Con Dropped SSH connections have to be established in new windows
The SSH connection seems to drop easier than some other SSH clients and you have to open a new SSH window to reconnect.