* Wide range of terminal emulations: VT100, VT102, VT220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, Xterm, Wyse 50/60, and Linux console emulation with ANSI color.
* Extensive session management features: Tabbed UI and Activator tray utility minimizes desktop clutter. Session settings can be saved in named sessions.
* Multi-session launch: Folders and multiple selected sessions can be connected in tabs from the Connect dialog, the command line, or launched at startup in an auto session. Right-clicking on a folder connects the sessions in tabs.
* Protocol support: Supports SSH1, SSH2, Telnet, Telnet/SSL, RLogin, Serial, and TAPI protocols.
* Secure Shell: Secure Shell encrypted logon and session data, including support for the following:
- Port forwarding secures TCP/IP data
- Password, public-key, keyboard-interactive, X.509, and Kerberos authentication
- AES, Twofish, Blowfish, 3DES, and RC4 ciphers
- X11 forwarding
- Activator support for SSH Agent functionality.
* File transfer: Secure file transfers via SFTP, and via Xmodem and Zmodem when used in conjunction with SSH1 or SSH2.
* Integration with SecureFX file transfer client: SecureCRT and SecureFX can share the global options, session options, and the host key database so you only need to perform operations like setting application defaults, creating sessions, or accepting a server's host key once. Launch either application from a Toolbar button. Logon is simplified with password and passphrase caching, which allow both applications to share passwords and passphrases while either application or the Activator utility is running.
* Configuration: Extensive session and keyboard customization.
* Powerful printing: Printing support, including pass-through printing.
* Scripting support: Scripting language support for VBScript, JScript, and PerlScript. A script recorder automatically creates a VBScript based on keystrokes, including function keys.
* FIPS 140-2 support: When an administrative option to run in "FIPS Mode" is set, SecureCRT uses a FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic library and only allows FIPS-approved algorithms.