VShell Secure Shell (SSH) server for Windows, Mac, and UNIX is a secure alternative to Telnet and FTP that gives you the strong encryption, trusted authentication, and data integrity you need to securely access network resources and transfer data. VShell is simple to install and set up, enabling you to quickly deploy and fine tune your server environment. Provide secure remote access to the network for IT and end users and securely configure and maintain servers and network services with confidence. Secure file transfer services include SFTP, SCP, FTPS, FTP, HTTPS, and HTTP. VShell's extensive configuration options and trusted authentication methods give you the right balance between protecting your network and providing your employees and customers with access to the data they need. Using fine-tuned configuration options like access control lists (ACLs) and virtual directory structures, enforce your security policy by placing safeguards on all personnel who have access to the VShell server. "Triggers" allow you to initiate protective or corrective measures if it looks like a security problem is developing. The VShell server <http://www.vandyke.com/products/beta/vshell/editions.html> is available in several editions so that you can use a modular approach to deploy cost-effective solutions that fit your needs. VShell can be licensed to meet the needs of every size network and organization, from single admin-only server access to enterprise-wide remote access, secure file transfer, and data tunneling solutions.
VShell 4.4 introduces an Enterprise edition for Windows with HTTPS support, providing an easy-to-use, browser-based file transfer solution for your staff, customers, and external partners.
VShell 4.3 for Windows adds LDAP authentication and a manage-public-key interface for user public key configuration. On UNIX, specify file and folder access permissions on a per user/per virtual directory basis and set the user's initial virtual directory. All platforms support chacha20-poly1305.
VShell 4.2 for Windows supports â€śConnect Asâ€ť for specifying alternate credentials when accessing a virtual root path and adds a VShell configuration import/export tool. All platforms add the ability to deny connections based on user name. VShell FTPS adds client certificate authentication.
VShell 4.1 for Windows adds a built-in SFTP transfer trigger action. Trigger actions can now be configured to run as an account other than the VShell service account. Security is improved with support for ECDSA host keys, ECDH key-exchange algorithms, and larger RSA key bit sizes.
VShell 4.0 for Windows allows for fine-grained control of new triggers conditions. The internal user database allows access to all VShell services. All platforms support bandwidth throttling on a global/user/group/location basis and SHA-2 MAC algorithms.
VShell 3.9 server provides FTPS protocol support in VShell for UNIX, allows configuration of virtual root permissions with VShellConfig (Windows only), and increases administrator control with additional subconfiguration options. Supports Windows 8 (excluding Metro) and Windows Server 2012.
-SFTP virtual directories
-Allowed/required list for authentication methods
-Kerberos v5 via GSSAPI