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Bitvise SSH Client 8.17
Free SSH file transfer, terminal and tunneling.
Bitvise SSH Client is free for use of all types, including in organizations.
Bitvise SSH Client SSH and SFTP client for Windows incorporates:
One of the most advanced graphical SFTP clients.
Single-click Remote Desktop forwarding.
State-of-the-art terminal emulation with support for the bvterm, xterm, and vt100 protocols.
Support for corporation-wide single sign-on using SSPI (GSSAPI) Kerberos 5 and NTLM user authentication, as well as Kerberos 5 host authentication.
Support for ECDSA, RSA and DSA public key authentication with comprehensive user keypair management.
Encryption and security: Provides state-of-the-art encryption and security measures suitable as part of a standards-compliant solution meeting the requirements of PCI, HIPAA, or FIPS 140-2 validation.
Obfuscated SSH with an optional keyword. When supported and enabled in both the client and server, obfuscation makes it more difficult for an observer to detect that the protocol being used is SSH. (Protocol; OpenSSH patches)
Powerful SSH port forwarding capabilities, including dynamic forwarding through integrated SOCKS and HTTP CONNECT proxy.
Powerful command-line parameters which make the SSH client highly customizable and suitable for use in specific situations and controlled environments.
An FTP-to-SFTP bridge allowing you to connect to an SFTP server using legacy FTP applications.
An advanced, scriptable command-line SFTP client, sftpc.
A scriptable command-line remote execution client, sexec, and a command-line terminal console client, stermc.
A scriptable command-line tunneling client, stnlc, with support for static port forwarding rules, dynamic SOCKS-based tunneling, and FTP-to-SFTP bridge.
Our .NET SSH library, FlowSshNet, with example PowerShell scripts showing how to use the SSH library for file transfer and remote program execution from PowerShell.
Bitvise SSH Server remote administration features.
Graphical SFTP File Transfers
Bitvise SSH Client incorporates one of the most advanced SFTP file transfer clients, supporting:
automatic resuming, text file awareness, recursive subdirectory transfers;
powerful, advanced transfer list management;
verified-integrity resume with servers that support SFTP v6 check-file and check-file-blocks;
high speed - in tens or hundreds of MB/s with Bitvise SSH Server, network and disk speed permitting;
fast responsiveness to user input even when in the middle of multiple file transfers.
Bitvise SSH Client also incorporates an advanced, scriptable command-line SFTP client.
Terminal Access - Remote Console
Bitvise SSH Client provides integrated access to the SSH server's console, either via VT-100 and xterm protocols supported by most SSH servers on any platform, or via the enhanced bvterm protocol supported by Bitvise SSH Server:
all terminal emulation is done in a regular Windows console, using standard Windows fonts, supporting standard settings for Windows consoles;
UTF support with VT-100 and xterm, Unicode support with bvterm (full Unicode support on NT-series Windows platforms);
full color support with xterm and bvterm;
support for large screen buffers, all key combinations including Alt-keys and accurate console rendering with bvterm (fully accurate on NT-series Windows platforms).
Bitvise SSH Client also incorporates a command line terminal emulation client, stermc, as well as a command-line remote execution client (sexec).
When using Bitvise SSH Client to connect to a GSSAPI-enabled SSH server in the same or a trusted Windows domain, you can let Kerberos 5 (or on older platforms, NTLM) perform the server as well as user authentication for you. No manual host key verification; no management of user passwords and public keys. Just tell the SSH client which server in the domain to connect to, and if that server is Bitvise SSH Server (WinSSHD) or another server with compatible support for GSSAPI, the two programs will authenticate and establish a secure connection automatically.
Bitvise SSH Client is a powerful SSH2 port forwarding client with many features, including:
Dynamic tunneling via integrated proxy supporting SOCKS4, SOCKS4A, SOCKS5 and HTTP CONNECT proxy tunneling protocols. Configure your applications to connect to target hosts through the SSH Client's proxy, and no manual tunneling rules need be configured.
How to set up programs for dynamic tunneling: Firefox, IE; with these settings in Bitvise SSH Client.
Port forwarding settings can be saved to and loaded from a profile. One can maintain multiple complex tunneling configurations without having to manually enter parameters before each session.
Bitvise SSH Client minimizes its presence by displaying only a system tray icon when running in the background. If an error is encountered while the program is minimized, the icon reflects that.
Server-side forwarding: with Bitvise SSH Server and Client, a server and multiple clients can be set up so that all port forwarding rules are configured centrally at the server, without requiring any client-side setting updates. The SSH clients only need to be configured once, and port forwarding rules can easily be changed when necessary.
Command-line parameters are supported. Using command-line automation, a port forwarding session can be started from a link in the Startup menu without requiring any user interaction whatsoever. Help with the command-line parameters can be found in the SSH client log area when it is first started, or by executing 'BvSsh /?' from a command prompt.
After an SSH session is established, any external application can be launched automatically.
If an SSH session is interrupted, Bitvise SSH Client can automatically reconnect to the server.
Bitvise SSH Client also incorporates an advanced, scriptable command-line tunneling client.
Run 'BvSsh -?' for a list of command-line parameters providing flexibility to:
make Bitvise SSH Client load a profile and connect immediately on startup and exit on disconnect using the -profile, -loginOnStartup and -exitOnLogout parameters;
make Bitvise SSH Client hide portions of its user interface (main window, authentication messages, access to SSH features) using the -hide and -menu parameters;
run Bitvise SSH Client from removable media and prevent it from making any changes to the Windows registry - and yet use public key authentication and verify host keys using the -noRegistry, -keypairFile and -hostKeyFile parameters;
Additionally, when the graphical Bitvise SSH Client is running, you can use the command line utility BvSshCtrl to programmatically cause the client to log in, log out, or exit. Run 'BvSshCtrl' for help.
Portable use of Bitvise SSH Client
Bitvise SSH Client (Tunnelier) supports command-line parameters that control how it uses the Windows registry (the -noRegistry and -baseRegistry parameters). This can be used when control over registry usage is required.
The latest versions of our SSH Client additionally support storing host key information and client authentication keypairs in an SSH Client profile. This means that you can copy the contents of the SSH Client installation directory to a USB key, insert the USB key into another computer, and run the graphical SSH Client as follows:
BvSsh -noRegistry -profile=U:\Profile.bscp
This will tell the Client to not use the Windows registry, and to connect exclusively using the host and keypair information you have saved into Profile.bscp.
For more information about the supported command line parameters, run the graphical SSH Client as follows:
Bitvise SSH Client further includes command line clients – sftpc, sexec, stermc, and stnlc – which also support the -noRegistry and -profile parameters. These command line clients are frequently used unattended, but can also be used interactively. For more information, check Using Bitvise SSH Client Unattended.
Command-Line SFTP Client
Bitvise SSH Client incorporates sftpc, an advanced command-line SFTP client which supports:
queued background transfers so you can continue browsing directories while a file downloads ('get * -bg');
powerful command-line parameters for automated scripted transfers launched from a batch file or an external program;
verified-integrity resume with servers that support SFTP v6 check-file and check-file-blocks;
automatic text file conversion when transferring files between platforms (the 'type' command);
wildcards - the * and ? wildcard characters can match more than one file;
recursive transfers - a simple 'get * -s' downloads all files and subdirectories;
resume support - 'get file.txt -r' resumes a previously downloaded file if it already exists;
high speed - in the tens of MB/s with Bitvise SSH Server, network and disk speed permitting.
Usage: after installing Bitvise SSH Client, get this help by executing "sftpc -?"
Command list: after installing Bitvise SSH Client, get this help by connecting to a server using sftpc, then execute "help" and "help <command>"
The "log" utility can be used with sftpc to store the output of each individual SFTP session in a separate, uniquely named log file for auditing.
The "retry" utility can be used with sftpc to automatically repeat transfer attempts after specific types of failures.
Command-Line Remote Execution Client
Bitvise SSH Client incorporates sexec, a scriptable command-line remote execution client which can be used to securely execute programs on remote machines from a batch file. The batch file can perform actions based on the exit code reported from the remote program, and can capture the remote program's output for processing by simple redirection of sexec output.
Another command-line program included with Bitvise SSH Client, stermc, conveniently opens an SSH terminal emulation session with xterm, VT-100 and bvterm support in the same Command Prompt window it is started from. If you SSH from computer A to computer B running Bitvise SSH Server, and you also have Bitvise SSH Client installed on computer B, you can use stermc to conveniently establish an onward SSH terminal session to computer C.
All Bitvise command-line clients support all authentication methods supported by Bitvise SSH Client, can load settings from a profile configured in the graphical client, work with the same user keypair and host key database as the graphical client, can connect through a SOCKS or HTTP CONNECT proxy, and support a common set of command-line parameters controlling most aspects of establishing an SSH connection.
Command-Line Tunneling Client
Bitvise SSH Client incorporates stnlc, a scriptable command line port forwarding client with support for static port forwarding rules, dynamic SOCKS-based tunneling, as well as the FTP-to-SFTP bridge.
For more information about using this client, run 'stnlc -h'.
Bitvise SSH Client incorporates an FTP-to-SFTP bridge which performs translation between the FTP and SFTP protocols, allowing any FTP client application to connect securely to an SFTP server through Bitvise SSH Client. Both active mode and passive mode FTP data connections are supported, as well as restarted transfers, directory listings and other features. All FTP clients should be able to list directories and transfer files across Bitvise SSH Client's FTP-to-SFTP bridge, including integrated clients in applications such as DreamWeaver, GUI clients such as BulletProof FTP, and command line clients such as the default ftp.exe client accompanying Windows. If an FTP client you use fails to work with Bitvise SSH Client's FTP-to-SFTP bridge, let us know.
See Accessing an SFTP Server with an FTP Client for more information about the FTP bridge.
Using with Bitvise SSH Server
When connected to Bitvise SSH Server, our client can do all of the above, as well as the following:
bvterm console: when connected to Bitvise SSH Server, our client provides you with the best console available on the Windows platform. Our bvterm protocol supports the full spectrum of a Windows console's features: colors, Unicode characters, all-key access and large scrollable buffers.
remote server configuration: using Bitvise SSH Client, all SSH server settings can be configured remotely as if you were sitting in front of the server itself.
Encryption and security features
Key exchange algorithms:
ECDH over elliptic curves secp256k1, nistp256, nistp384, nistp521 using SHA-512, SHA-384, or SHA-256
Diffie Hellman with group exchange using SHA-256 or SHA-1
Diffie Hellman with fixed 4096, 3072, 2048, or 1024-bit group parameters using SHA-512, SHA-256, or SHA-1
GSSAPI key exchange using Diffie Hellman and Kerberos authentication
ECDSA over elliptic curves secp256k1, nistp256, nistp384, nistp521 using SHA-512, SHA-384, or SHA-256
RSA using 4096, 3072, 2048, 1024-bit key sizes with SHA-512, SHA-256, or SHA-1
DSA using SHA-1 (legacy)
AES with 256, 128-bit keys in GCM mode
AES with 256, 192, 128-bit keys in CTR mode
AES with 256, 192, 128-bit keys in CBC mode (legacy)
3DES in CTR or CBC mode (legacy)
Data integrity protection:
AES with 256, 128-bit keys in GCM mode
HMAC using SHA-256, SHA-1
Password authentication with Windows accounts - local or Active Directory
Password authentication with virtual accounts - configurable password policy
Public key authentication
Kerberos single sign-on using GSSAPI
Time-based one-time password (SSH Server versions 8.xx and newer)
FIPS 140-2 validation
When FIPS is enabled in Windows, our software uses Windows built-in cryptography, validated by NIST to FIPS 140-2 under certificates #2937, #2606, #2357, and #1892. On Windows XP and 2003, our software uses the Crypto++ 5.3.0 FIPS DLL, originally validated by NIST under certificate #819 (historical). When FIPS mode is not enabled, additional non-FIPS algorithms are supported.
Changes in Bitvise SSH Client 8.17: [ 3 November 2018 ]
In version 8.15, loading a profile which was last saved by a previous version would cause the SSH Client to send an invalid elevation extension value to the server. This caused SSH Server versions 8.xx to disconnect. The SSH Client will now send a valid elevation extension value in this circumstance.
The Remote Desktop forwarding feature Use SSH login credentials would previously work only if the password authentication method was used for client authentication, but it did not work for password authentication over keyboard-interactive. This will now also work with password over keyboard-interactive.
In the graphical SSH Client, on the Login tab, setting Initial method to password could result in unintuitive behavior. Password change was not easily discoverable, and setting Initial method to password without entering a password caused the SSH Client to send an empty password at start of connection, incurring an authentication penalty.
This has been redesigned so that Initial method can be set to password without entering a password. In this case, a password dialog will dependably appear when connecting. As part of this change, it is no longer possible to enter a password on the Login tab without enabling Store encrypted password in profile.
In version 8.15, in command line clients, the -keypairFile parameter did not override a public key configured as an initial authentication method in a profile specified using -profile. The -keypairFile parameter will now once again override any public key configured in the profile.
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