SSH Client

Absolute is also a powerful modern SSH client with built-in SFTP functionality, multiple terminal types and supports dozens of character sets.  And YES it also supports telnet and SSH1 when you absolutely need them.

Welcome to AbsoluteTelnet!

Welcome to AbsoluteTelnet the quickest, easiest, and most complete Telnet and SSH client for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/7/8/10 and 11! When you choose AbsoluteTelnet, you’re making an investment in quality software. AbsoluteTelnet has been designed with usability as its primary focus. Try it free for 30 days and you’ll be a believer, too! With uncompromising attention to […]

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AbsoluteTelnet – Connection Files

AbsoluteTelnet/SSH stores configuration information in files rather than in the registry.  This gives you the opportunity to see, copy, manipulate, and start connections without having to first load the program.  For example, you can have connections defined on your desktop so you can access them quickly and connect instantly… The AbsoluteTelnet Connection file (.tnt extension)

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AbsoluteTelnet – Bidirectional Text Support (RTL)

AbsoluteTelnet supports the full Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm as well as combining characters and Arabic shaping.  Support for Bidirectional text and Arabic shaping is provided by the GNU Fribidi library maintained by Behdad Esfahbod at RTL support is disabled by default. You can enable it through the RTL button on the toolbar. RTL support increases the

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AbsoluteTelnet – Tabbed Interface

AbsoluteTelnet/SSH introduce the tabbed interface in the version 5 line of software. By using the tabbed interaface, users can gain productivity by eliminating window clutter on the desktop. All terminal windows are contained within a single top-level application window and accessible through a tabbed window control. Of course, there’s always the option to open multiple

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