has been updated to version 2.4. It’s a solution for securing Internet connections.
Strong encryption methods are used in F-Secure SSH to provide data privacy and integrity. This new version includes compatibility with the old SSH1 protocol, so that this single client can now be used for all SSH needs.
The user interface has been tweaked in several ways: full support is provided for the Apple Keychain architecture for encrypted storage of frequently used passwords and passphrases; F-Secure SSH client 2.4 for Macintosh enables secure FTP traffic tunneling between F-Secure SSH Client and Server; users can use whatever FTP client they habitually use and create a secure tunnel for all FTP traffic.
All user names and passwords are encrypted. What’s more, all transmitted data will be encrypted to prevent eavesdropping on transmissions, according to the folks at F-Secure. F-Secure SSH for Macintosh version 2.4 requires Mac OS 7.5.5 or later with Open Transport 1.1.1 or later. At least 4MB of free memory is required. The client works under the classic environment of Mac OS X, allowing tunneling of other Classic applications under Mac OS X. However, it’s not Mac OS X native.
The cost is US$115 for one license, $575 for five licenses, and $1,150 for 10 licenses. For larger needs than this, contact F-Secure.