We are now working on version 8.0 of Putty for Mac and continue to make progress, sense our 7.5 release we have fixed two window bugs, added a exit confirmation dialog when closing a session. Version 8.0 will be signed by Apple Inc. as being developed by a known developer, this will fix the security warnings and make the installation and running Putty smoother. Continue reading Putty for Mac version 8.0 status update
Putty for Mac Sale going on at BitsDuJour
Putty for Mac is on sale today only at BitsDuJour for only $5.00 that’s a 75% savings off the normal retail price.
Putty is one of the Best Terminal Emulators available today. It Supports different types of Network Protocols such as SSH, FTP, SCP, Telnet etc. In Windows it is used as SSH Client to connect to Your Linux server or for some other purpose But what will you do if you are on Mac? You might be thinking , Is there any Software like Putty for Mac Available? The answer is Yes! With the help of some other Software’s we can Use putty on Mac although Putty is used widely on Windows Platform. Official Versions of Putty are available on Unix like Platforms, and now it’s widely available for Mac systems running OSX 10.11 or higher.
SSH is available by default in Mac and Linux or Unix. Although you can use terminal for SSH connections still there are some benefits using putty such as Other clients don’t keep connections alive whereas Putty does. Also it is cool to use Putty as your SSH client if you are doing some CISCO Stuffs, transferring files, managing files on a server or whatever.
After today’s sale ends you can purchase Putty for Mac in our online store.
gFtp for Mac version 2.0.19 was released today
Today we released gFtp 2.0.19 for Mac OS X gFtp has been fully ported to GTK 2 and will run on OSX 10.11 or higher. You can find it listed in the Putty for Mac category.
Linux fans will already be familiar with the world of GNOME and gFtp but we have brought it to a wider audience by providing gFTP on Mac OSX.
gFTP is a multithreaded File Transfer Protocol client program. It is most used on Unix-like systems, such as Linux, Mac OS X and Sony PlayStation 3. It includes both a graphical user interface (GUI), which utilizes the GTK+ graphical toolkit, and a command-line interface. gFTP has been translated into over 45 different languages.
There is support for the FTP, FTPS (control connection only), HTTP, HTTPS, SFTP and FSP protocols, as well as FTP and HTTP proxy server support and FXP file transfers (transferring files between two remote servers via FTP).
The GUI uses a double-paned layout, with the local filesystem in the left pane and the remote filesystem in the right pane. Below there is a transfer queue that shows the real-time status of each queued or active file transfer. At the bottom is a message log, which displays the text commands and responses between gFTP and the remote server. Sites are stored in a hierarchical collection of bookmarks, though a site bar allows connections to unbookmarked sites.
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