(sometimes we provide two download links because it may happen that the main server / link is overloaded or slow or non responding - the files are identical. Just choose one, save to the Desktop, double click to install)
: to our best knowledge this download comes from a website that is safe
(the last time we checked it, it was), but for your peace of mind (and better safe than sorry) we advise you to run an antivirus
on the downloaded file. Do not rely on MSWindows, Internet explorer, or on the electronic signature: a unsigned download is usually as safe as a signed one, signed just means the author paid Microsoft or Verisign for a stamp, it does not mean verified. Please kindly report us problems with detail (click here to report)
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SecEx is a graphical SCP and SFTP client and secure terminal emulator that allows encrypted file transfer to and from SSH Servers. Supports SSH1 and SSH2 servers on both Unix and Windows. SSH Secure Shell is a replacement for the telnet command and supports encrypted client / server connections.
(Graphical SCP, SFTP client and secure terminal emulator for encrypted file xfer.
SecEx is a network file manager and secure terminal emulator that allows encrypted file transfer between your PC and network servers running Secure Shell. SecEx seamlessly interoperates with either SSH1 or SSH2 servers on both Unix and Windows operating systems. You can transfer files to and from remote servers, view remote files, and execute remote files on your local PC - using strong, industry standard encryption. If you are a travelling executive who wants to access files on a corporate server or a system administrator maintaining a remote site, SecEx is your complete remote file management solution. SecEx automatically detects available carrier protocols available on server systems. Newer SSH servers tend to make SFTP (Secure FTP) available while older secure shell implementations feature SCP ( Secure Copy Program). SecEx also shields against IP and DNS spoofing by recording a server's public host key. During subsequent connection attempts, the known host key is compared to the host key offered by the server.
Graphical SCP software