New in version 7.3.4
June 17th, 2015
- SFTP: Added a session INI-file-only option "Disable Remote File
- System Watches" that can be used to prevent connections from
- attempting to establish file system watches on directories. This
- option can be used on systems behind firewalls, such as McAfee
- Firewall Enterprise.
- Bug fixes:
- Server-to-server transfers failed if the source server's read buffer
- size was larger than the destination server's write buffer size.
- When SecureCRT and SecureFX were integrated, if the configuration
- passphrase was changed in one application while the other
- application was running, the sensitive data could have been
- encrypted incorrectly.
- The personal data folder could not be merged with the configuration
- folder if the personal data folder contained any empty session
- When the Session Manager was in autohide mode and a session was
- connected, if a menu was activated using the keyboard and dismissed
- by pressing ESC, and then the keyboard accelerator to display the
- Session Manager was pressed, the Session Manager gained focus but
- remained hidden.
- FTP: Server-to-server transfers between two FTP sessions hung at the
- end of the transfer.
- SFTP: Under certain circumstances, SecureFX could crash when
- attempting to do a server-to-server transfer.
- SFXCL: Attempting to do a server-to-server transfer where the
- destination session did not exist caused a crash.
- SFXCL: SFXCL could hang on server-to-server FTP transfers.
- SFXCL: If the FTP server was restarted, transfers did not resume as
- Windows: PKCS11 authentication failed with FortiToken ePass2003.
- Windows: CAPI authentication failed with the Fortinet FTK300 token.
- Mac/Linux: In the Manage Agent Keys dialog, if all keys were removed
- and then the Remove button was pressed again, SecureFX crashed.
- Mac/Linux: The Help contents, search, and glossary were not
New in version 7.3 (October 28th, 2014)
- SecureFX crashed when attempting display the information for an incorrectly formatted SSH host key.
- Windows: Selecting the "Update Now" menu item did not reset the clock used to check for updates every 30 days.
New in version 7.2.6 (August 20th, 2014)
- Server-to-server transfers could hang if hostname resolution was required for both remote systems.
- If the transfer queue was used and a substitute user operation had been executed, transfers did not start until the remote connection was refreshed.
- The Session Manager and Connect dialog scrollable area was not large enough to show all sessions after expanding a folder that contained several sessions.
- SFXCL: If multiple files were transferred in the same operation and a failed transfer preceded a successful transfer, SFXCL reported that the entire transfer operation was successful.
New in version 7.2.1 (January 18th, 2014)
- Bug fixes:
- If a synchronize operation was stopped and then restarted, the file status was changed to "queued", but the transfer did not resume.
- If a synchronization operation specified an invalid remote path, SecureFX incorrectly reported that the synchronization operation succeeded.
New in version 7.2.0 (December 14th, 2013)
- Bug fixes:
- If a large transfer was in progress and the local window was opened and closed several times and then the transfer was canceled, SecureFX could crash.
New in version 7.1.3 (November 11th, 2013)
- Mac/Linux: The title bar of the local window now contains the local system name.
- Bug fixes:
- SecureFX could crash if a synchronize operation was repeatedly stopped and refreshed.
- The Manual Upload dialog did not allow folders to be selected.
- SFXCL: When attempting to authenticate using keyboard-interactive authentication and the password was specified in a URL, there was a password prompt.
- Mac: If a previous version of SecureCRT 7.1 had been installed in a location other than Applications and a newer version of 7.1 was installed, the Help file could not be loaded.
- Mac: The Session Wizard dialog was missing the wizard image.
- Mac/Linux: It was possible to close the transfer queue while a transfer was in progress, which made it impossible to stop the transfer.
New in version 7.1.2 Build 316 (August 14th, 2013)
- Bug fixes:
- SecureFX crashed when an FTP session using PORT and connecting through a SOCKS version 5 firewall was closed.
- If the tree view was active and then hidden, SecureFX crashed the next time it started.
- In the "Properties" dialog, when typing into the "Attributes" field, the cursor always stayed on the left side, causing text to be entered backwards.
- In the "Properties" dialog, the "Size" field showed the size in the same units twice rather than in larger and smaller units, such as KB and bytes.
- SFXCL: If a file had no attributes, the log file incorrectly reported that two transfer attempts were made instead of one.
- Mac: If the application window was dragged using the toolbar, the dragging movement was not smooth.