Market Overview

Georgia SoftWorks Announces Launch of the GSW ConnectBot for Android

Share:

Georgia SoftWorks releases their newest product, the GSW ConnectBot, the most cryptographically secure, commercially supported SSH/Telnet Client for Android.

DAWSONVILLE, Ga. (PRWEB) August 15, 2018

Georgia SoftWorks, developer of the GSW Telnet Server and SSH Server for Windows, announces the launch of their latest product, the GSW ConnectBot, a Telnet/SSH Client for Android. The GSW ConnectBot is the most cryptographically secure, commercially supported Telnet/SSH Client for Android on the market.

The new GSW ConnectBot from Georgia SoftWorks is a simple to use but powerful commercial grade SSH Client for Android. The GW ConnectBot is based on the original ConnectBot, the most popular and proven Telnet/SSH Client for Android.

"We were impressed with the original ConnectBot, yet it was missing features that decades of experience had shown were required in commercial and industrial environments. The original ConnectBot is open source, and GSW decided to make it commercial grade," said Johnny Douglas of GSW. "We kept the familiar user interface while adding industrial features and robustness. One of the most exciting features we added are the current, safe SSH algorithms. Now, it is the most cryptographically secure, commercially supported SSH Client for Android, on par only with the GSW SSH Clients for Windows."

The GSW Connectbot launches with a variety of features. The ability to run multiple SSH sessions at the same time, persisted sessions when a user temporarily switches to another Android app, compatibility with a wide variety of hosts and the allowance for an administrator to preconfigure host shortcuts all come standard in the GSW Connectbot. Other standard features include compatibility with display of data and frames, configurable answerback, configurable screen size, Stay Connected features, Application Lockout for production environments and Configuration/Settings Lockout for production environments. It also uses safe SSH algorithms for 2018 to ensure the strongest SSH security and encryption available for Android.

"The GSW Connectbot shines because we watch current literature and discussions of cryptography to keep our software constantly updated. This ensures that our customers aren't using a cryptographic algorithm that has recently found vulnerability or weakness," said Douglas.

Georgia SoftWorks is a software development company located in Dawsonville, Georgia USA who has gained worldwide recognition for their development of the GSW Telnet Server for Windows and SSH Server for Windows. The GSW Telnet and SSH Server for Windows are industrial quality software designed for superior operation in the most demanding mobile RF Terminal environments. GSW has end-users and resellers in every continent (except Antarctica). Their software is used in a variety of industries, including government, automobile manufacturing, schools, oil companies, airlines, pharmaceutical, medical, food and beverage and more.

About Georgia SoftWorks:
Established in 1991, Georgia SoftWorks is a privately held software development company recognized for creating high performance data communications, system and telecommunications applications. Georgia SoftWorks has obtained a worldwide presence with its industrial SSH/Telnet Server for Microsoft Windows. GSW's long-term commitment to SSH/Telnet has led to the pioneering of major features such as Session Shadowing, Session Monitoring, Graceful Termination, Automatic Logon, Logon Scripting and more recently Team Services technology which allows mobile device users to transfer, swap, share and recover mobile device sessions. GSW has also provided the very first SSH Server to provide Digital Certificate Authentication with an Internet Information Server (IIS) like certificate-to-user account mapping. This includes ‘One-to-one' and ‘Many-to-one' mapping methods and also supports certificate trust lists (CTL).

For the original version on PRWeb visit: https://www.prweb.com/releases/2018/06/prweb15527423.htm

View Comments and Join the Discussion!