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    Question which SSH software do you use?

    (using a windows pc)
    I'm currently looking at Putty, WinSCP, OpenSSH

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    Putty

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    putty on my pc and phone

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    putty.. clean interface and secure..

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    Putty, simple and free

    On my mac I just use the built in terminal interface (i.e. go to terminal and type ssh servername -l user)

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    PuTTY

    It is simple, easy to use, and is Open Source/Free Software.
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    It's starting to look unanimous.

    Putty.

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    Putty here too.
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    Putty is unimpressive I don't know why so many people use it!

    I use http://www.ssh.com/support/downloads...ommercial.html Secure Shell for Windows...

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    Let's keep breaking up the unanimous decision here.... Secure CRT from Van Dyke Technologies here...
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    I use Putty as well.

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    I use OpenSSH because I don't use windows, but here, I'll save ya some time...

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    SecureCRT

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    Here's one to break the monotany: OpenSSH in Terminal.app

    On windows, I prefer SecureCRT.
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    putty, plain and simple

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    I use the one from http://www.ssh.com. Definately a nice ssh program for Windoze.

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    I use putty because it's plain, simple and don't require to be installed
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    thank you

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    your welcome!
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    I have been a loyal user of Putty.

    I started about two years ago based on recommandations from Google search. Looks like no big challenger yet.
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    putty is what I use.
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    I use the regular one from ssh.com works totally fine for me.
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    Putty or SecureCRT

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    Putty here as well.
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    Whichever one is built into MDK9.2
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    Putty here as well, I have yet to experience any problems with it.

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    Putty used to crash my machine to the point of needing a restart.
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    I use the built-in Terminal in OSX. No extra software required.
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    I have a psychic SSH client. TelepathSSH. It rocks.
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    putty is great...very basic, but familiar and serves me well

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    Originally posted by NexDog
    I have a psychic SSH client. TelepathSSH. It rocks.
    But can it pick the winning Lottery number?

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    putty
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    I like putty. Quick and easy.

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    putty works for me... as long as it does SSH2 playball
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    I agree with putty (for windows), otherwise just ssh from the command line in linux/unix/freebsd.

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    Ummm all of the above, it depends on what computer I am on at the time, however I preffer (you guessed it) PUTTY.
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    Putty is like putty in my hands.
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    Putty is great and free!
    Checkout www.crunzh.com for nice freeware programs. Including a program for monitoring your webserver.
    Any opinions in this post, unless otherwise noted, are my own personal opinions.

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