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PuTTY 0.70

By Simon Tatham (Open Source)     
DOWNLOAD NOWPuTTY 0.70

File Name: putty-0.70-installer.msi

File size:2.81 MB (2,942,464 bytes)

License: Open Source

Languages: Multiple languages

Submit Date: 08 November 2018 | CangeLogs

Requirements: Windows (All Versions) 64-bit

Company: Simon Tatham | Publisher

OS Systems: Windows OS

MD5 Checksum: 9047A29B7C2ED333536A7FB6D6C8BAE6

Publisher: Joys Salomon | Contact

Downloads:1704 downloads.

PuTTY

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Software Product Description

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PuTTY is a client program for the SSH, Telnet and Rlogin network protocols.

These protocols are all used to run a remote session on a computer, over a network. PuTTY implements the client end of that session: the end at which the session is displayed, rather than the end at which it runs.

In really simple terms: you run PuTTY on a Windows machine, and tell it to connect to (for example) a Unix machine. PuTTY opens a window. Then, anything you type into that window is sent straight to the Unix machine, and everything the Unix machine sends back is displayed in the window. So you can work on the Unix machine as if you were sitting at its console, while actually sitting somewhere else.

This download includes the following tools:

  • PuTTY (the Telnet and SSH client itself)
  • PSCP (an SCP client, i.e. command-line secure file copy)
  • PSFTP (an SFTP client, i.e. general file transfer sessions much like FTP)
  • PuTTYtel (a Telnet-only client)
  • Plink (a command-line interface to the PuTTY back ends)
  • Pageant (an SSH authentication agent for PuTTY, PSCP and Plink)
  • PuTTYgen (an RSA and DSA key generation utility).

Security fix: the Windows PuTTY binaries should no longer be vulnerable to hijacking by specially named DLLs in the same directory, even a name we missed when we thought we'd fixed this in 0.69.
Windows PuTTY should be able to print again, after our DLL hijacking defenses broke that functionality.
Windows PuTTY should be able to accept keyboard input outside the current code page, after our DLL hijacking defenses broke that too.

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