Best SSH Client

Discussion in 'Programming' started by turtl, May 18, 2015.

  1. I was just wondering... What's the best SSH client? Should I stick with putty or check out a new one!

    Thanks :)
  2. `SSH` in the openssh package by the OpenBSD team :)
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  3. I prefer Putty
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  4. Putty is not perfect if you have many sessions open (5+). Mobaxterm is a great alternative to PuTTY.
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  5. with to much limitations ;-; like sessions etc
  6. MobaxTerm seems cool, I'll check it out!
  7. MTPutty (Multi-Tabbed Putty).
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  8. I've tried Xshell 5, is the best client I've ever tried, I will never use Putty anymore.
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  9. mRemoteNG, it's a fork of putty but you can have multiple tabs.
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  10. I use MobaXTerm, which is useful for saving passwords. Moreover, he has a lot of options and is simplier to use than Putty. But, we are limited to 12 saved sessions with the free version (and the premium version cost 50$.
  11. JamesJ


    I personally use mRemoteNG- can handle multiple tabs so it's luv.
  12. cmder is fucking amazing.
    Multiple tabs, kinda like commandprompt of windows but way more customizable, includes git and some basic unix commands like ssh builtin.
  13. mRemoteNG, it's bae
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  14. Checking out mRemoteNG
  15. Cmder:


    Basic unix commands, multiple tabs as you can see below and loads of settings:

  16. Damn, I'll check that out also
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