PuttyMan is a client application for TCP computing protocols like SSH, Telnet, rlogin and other serial consoles. It’s a cross platform client application developed on open source code with tab support and of course works fully for PuTTY commands.
PuttyMan as your terminal and telnet client lets you open a new window to perform multiple tasks at a time and each window can be viewed to full screen. The support from PuttyMan also includes SSH protocol auto login and monitoring resources on Unix OS. Users can send multiple commands at a time using the Multi Command Sender (MCS) and store favorite and preferred scripts under the My-Command function.
The PuttyMan does not require any installation, all you need is to download the freeware and unzip it to run. Available in an artistic appearance the PuttyMan can serve much of your protocol client needs.
|PuttyMan 1.6 B973 Apr 24, 2014||
1. Fixed PuttyMan Hang when do first monitoring a new SSH site.
2. Fixed Intermittent block when monitoring a site performance.
3. Fixed crash in case closing or clicking a site occasionally.
4. Added Multi-Sites Connection Function to enable Open Multiple consecutive-ip-address hosts quickly.
5. Disable the customzie Plink function. Instead of IPlinke.exe
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