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PaderSyncSSH Public Beta – a Much Needed SSH Client Alternative

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    Ronen Halevy
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    pader-syncSSH While I was reading the little news tidbit from Pader-Sync about their applications becoming free for personal use I ran across this app. Turns out that Pader-Sync is working on an SSH client for BlackBerry that looks quite good. I used to swear by the extremely pricy (~$99) Rove Mobile SSH until Rove STUPIDLY discontinued Mobile SSH in favor of their even more expensive $500+ Mobile Admin product.

    Until now I have been using the free and opensource MidpSSH which has gotten better with DeltaTech’s custom build. Still MidpSSH leaves me wanting so I have always been searching for an alternative. I have not had a chance to fully try out PaderSyncSSH but I am hoping that it at least buffers input. The current version 0.0.18 is a pretty early build but hopefully it will continue to be heavily developed.

    PaderSyncSSH Features:

    • VT100 Terminal Emulation.
    • Remote command execution.
    • SFTP client.
    • Local file system access.
    • Zlib compression.
    • Bookmark system to manage login details.
    • Encryption of sensitive user data on mobile device using AES-256.
    • Password protected access to the application.
    • Automated one-way file synchronization.

    You can download and read more about PaderSyncSSH at this link.


    PaderSyncSSH Public Beta – a Much Needed SSH Client Alternative

    #179867

    ShvartzBerry
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    Unfortunately, it looks like it does not support Telnet for those folks still in Microsoft’s clutches. MidpSSH supports Telnet but I could never get it to work right.

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    Ronen Halevy
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    People still use telnet? We would get fined by our bank if we did at my job

    #179869

    Ronen Halevy
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    Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to get this to work on my Verizon Tour. It just gives me a TCP error when I try to connect. Same thing happens with jmirc…any ideas?

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