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Bitvise SSH Client 8.xx installer

Current version: 8.53, size: 23.1 MB

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SSH Client 9.xx

Our 9.xx versions are now also available. At this time, the new versions are available concurrently with 8.xx versions. New features:

  • SFTP drive: Access files on an SFTP server as if they were local, from any Windows application.

  • Terminal session recording: The content of terminal sessions can now be automatically saved to files.

  • SSH jump proxy: The SSH Client can now more conveniently connect to a final destination SSH or SFTP server, by first connecting to an SSH jump server. In the graphical SSH Client, this is configured in Proxy settings, accessible from the Login tab.

  • Keyboard shortcuts: An SFTP window can now be opened more practically from a terminal window, and vice versa.

  • Cryptography: New cryptographic algorithms include chacha20-poly1305 and encrypt-then-MAC hashing.

Bitvise SSH Client 9.18 installer

Current version: 9.18, size: 25.3 MB

Upgrading from a previous version

To upgrade from a previous version, download the new installer, execute it, and follow the process. The installer will detect an existing installation and will automatically remove it before installing the new one. During this process, your settings will be preserved.

Help! The installer does not start?

Depending on your Windows version, security settings, and how the installer was downloaded, you may need to take an extra step to start it. On Windows Server 2016, right-click the installer executable in Windows Explorer, click Properties, and see if you need to check Unblock on the General tab.