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UnixCmd is a Unix Shell Management based on PuTTY, a free implementation of Telnet and SSH.

Starts a PuTTY Telnet/SSH session and executes the login and any other command listed in the UnixCmd.ini file.

Programs:

UnixCmd: Main program

UnixPwd: Crypt passwords and any other value you want and write them to the INI file

See the ReadMe file for a detailed description.

5th July 2005 - v1.0.1

ChangeLog:

- Changed: Send => ControlSend for security reasons

- Changed: BlockInput before starting PuTTY

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UnixCmd is a Unix Shell Management based on PuTTY, a free implementation of Telnet and SSH.

Starts a PuTTY Telnet/SSH session and executes the login and any other command listed in the UnixCmd.ini file.

Programs:

UnixCmd: Main program

UnixPwd: Crypt passwords and any other value you want and write them to the INI file

See the ReadMe file for a detailed description.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

putty is ment to be secure.

the program can be deceived to type the pass in like notepad.

witch means. bye bye server.


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putty is ment to be secure.

the program can be deceived to type the pass in like notepad.

witch means. bye bye server.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Don't use id and passwd, use key exchange, takes care of the security issue.

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