The award winning NetTerm is a robust, configurable terminal emulator designed for Internet and intranet connections with support for Telnet, rlogin, dialup, and other connection protocols. NetTerm delivers precise VT100, VT102, VT220, XTERM, SCO ANSI, ANSI and other popular terminal emulations. All of NetTerm's emulations support ANSI color. NetTerm supports the login process with an internal scripting language.

SecureNetTerm is an extremely customizable terminal emulator for Internet and intranet use with support for Secure Shell (SSH1 and SSH2) as well as Telnet, rlogin, dialup and other protocols. SecureNetTerm is ideal for connecting to remote systems running Windows, UNIX and VMS, which require secure authentication and encryption. Secure file transfer can be accomplished using the included SSH-2 based SFTP client, when connected to an SSH-2 interactive session. It supports the SSH authentication methods of password, public/private key, Kerberos 5, and Globus GSI. ActiveX scripting support for VBScript and other scripting languages can be used to automate repetitive tasks such as the Telnet loging process.

SecureFTP is a file transfer client with great flexibility in configuration and transfer protocols. SecureFTP supports the secure SSH-1, SSH-2, and SSL/TLS protocols, as well as the traditional FTP protocol. SecureFTP is tightly coupled with SecureNetTerm, sharing a common host profile and configuration files.

The NetTerm and SecureNetTerm printing abilities has been acknowledged as providing the most feature rich terminal printing support of any terminal emulator. Both text and graphicl reports can be produced on any Windows based printer, whether locally or remotely attached. The unique ability to bypass the Windows based printer drivers allow reports to be sent directly to the Windows spool queue.

This allows host programmers to control printers through its native application programming interface, providing exact font, font size and graphical content.

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