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SecureToken 2.6.4 (Build 3203)

SecureToken is a SSH1/SSH2 client with an Internet Explorer style address bar


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Total downloads: 812
  • Last Updated: Mar 9, 2009
  • License: Shareware $54
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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SecureToken is a Internet software developed by Choung Networks. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for SecureToken:

EditByBrothersoft: SecureToken is a SSH1/SSH2 client with an Internet Explorer style address bar that also supports a wide variety of traditional communication protocols such as telnet, rlogin, direct COM port and modem. For SSH related tasks, SecureToken includes easy to use scp compatible application and port forward MANAGER that can be used to transfer files or reroute normal connections through an encrypted channel.

SecureToken also has an address book and fully customizable Microsoft Office XP style toolbars for managing remote sites and frequently used commands. Each entry in the address book can have different settings regarding color, font, and communication options, and can easily be placed on toolbars for quick 1-click access.

Besides single-byte character sets, SecureToken can also properly handle two-byte character sets such as Korean, Japanese, and Chinese. It supports local printing and has the ability to Capture communication data to a file. SecureToken supports ZModem, XModem and raw data File Transfer, and can be used with many proxy/firewall servers. It supports general TIS type, SOCKS 4/5, and SOCKS 5 with username/password authentication.
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