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KiTTY is a version of the PuTTY SSH client for connecting to remote servers using the SSH-1 protocol, SSH-2, Telnet and Rlogin using or not a proxy.
KiTTY is a popular version of the PuTTY SSH client – a communication software - developed to help you connect to remote servers using the SSH-1 protocol, SSH-2, Telnet and Rlogin using or not a proxy. In addition to the features of PuTTY, the application adds some new such as the session filter, portability, pitcher session, keystrokes, automatic passwords, record scripts, transparency of the main window, etc. It also allows you to assign an icon at each session to make automatic connections, hide active windows in the system tray, or to automatically run remote commands. With a simple and intuitive GUI, KiTTY offers some interesting and useful features such as protection against accidental keyboard input, hidden light chat server and a hidden text editor, pscp.exe and WinSCP integration and more.
Crash in portable mode when trying to remove a session already deleted (with windows explorer).
Pscp/plink integration with -2 parameter forced (SSH-2 Only).
In portable mode Default%20Settings session, is created on configuration box start only.
Parameter -auto_store_sshkey is modified to -auto-store-sshkey.
-nofiles option shows error message when no kitty.ini file present.
Shortcuts CTRL+SHIFT+ PLUS/MINUS works only once.
New shortcut CTRL+SHIFT+0 to restore initial font size.
New "-edit filename" option to open a file into the embedded editor.
New readonly parameter to prevent any configuration file modification.
New compiler: MinGW 6.3.