New Secure CRT 8.3

Enhanced ANSI color

New built-in ANSI color schemes, including Solarized, make it easy to change the look of your terminal workspace. Choose from a variety of light and dark color combinations, all of which have coordinated background, foreground, and ANSI color combinations.

Line rewrapping
When the SecureCRT window is resized, the text in the terminal area is rewrapped.

Connect bar auto complete
Connect bar auto complete begins filtering as you type, making it easier to find and connect to saved sessions.

Paste confirmation dialog
A paste confirmation dialog option allows you to preview the contents of the paste buffer before pasting multiple lines of text into a session. This helps prevent accidental pasting of buffer contents into a production or other critical server.

Drag and drop multiple sessions
Multiple sessions can be dragged and dropped or copied and pasted in the Session Manager and Connect dialog.

Session management
Filtered searches in the Session Manager and Connect bar are faster, which is helpful when the session database is large or located on a network drive.

Larger recent sessions list
Up to 16 sessions can now be included on the recent session list.

Encryption enhancements
Support has been added for the SSH2 ChaCha20/Poly1305 and AES-GCM ciphers and the UMAC-128 MAC algorithm. OpenSSH certificates can now be used for authenticating SSH2 sessions.

Scripting enhancements
Scripting enhancements include the ability to script session locking from the Session object. A global INI-file-only option to specify the script path has also been added.

Other enhancements
If a session cannot be cloned or connected using SFTP on the existing SSH transport, SecureCRT will create a new transport. The "Update Now" menu item is now also available for the Mac, which checks for a newer version of SecureCRT. New to the Mac and now on all platforms, arguments can be passed to a local application that is launched when a tunnel is established.