SSHDOS is an open source SSH, SCP, SFTP and Telnet client for DOS.
SSH is a telnet like remote access protocol, but provides encrypted
channels, so others cannot tamper with your session.
To run SSHDOS, you need a plain DOS environment, a packet driver for your network card,
server side SSH support and a live network connection.
SSHDOS is based on the WATTCP TCP/IP stack, PuTTY SSH client, ZLIB library
and the CVT100 package.
This release supports xterm, VT100, Linux and xterm-color terminal
emulation. There are two packages for different SSH protocol versions.
SSHDOS supports protocol version 1.5 and includes SSH, SCP and Telnet
clients. SSH2DOS supports protocol version 2.0 and includes SSH, SCP, SFTP
and Telnet clients.
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SSHDOS v0.95. Click here to read the version history.
SSH2DOS v0.2.1. Click here to read the version history.
download page to get the binary or source.
A patch for linking it with ROM-DOS Sockets by Datalight Inc. is also
available at the
Visit SSHDOS at SourceForge.
Visit the WATTCP page.
Visit the PUTTY page