ZOC Terminal 7.22.1 – Telnet/SSH/SSH2 client and terminal emulator.

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ZOC Terminal For Mac

ZOC Terminal is a Telnet/SSH/SSH2 client and terminal emulator. Featuring tabbed sessions, typed command history, scrollback, and multi-window support, ZOC Terminal’s implemented emulations have made it the preferred tool for anyone who needs to access Unix shell accounts from a Windows or OS X platform.

Emulate widely-used or specialized terminals:

  • vt102
  • vt220
  • TN3270
  • TN5250
  • Wyse
  • TVI
  • Sun’s CDE

Transfer files through major protocols:

  • X-, Y-, and Z-modem
  • Kermit
  • SCP

WHAT’S NEW

Version 7.22.1:

Fixed:

  • Zmodem ignored received filemod time (showing “Received weird timestamp” instead)
  • kermit upload/download crashed with zero length files
  • Ctrl+Shift+6 didn’t send the Cisco break (Ctrl+^, Hex 1E)
  • ZocSessionTab(“CLOSETAB”) did not work
  • empty userbar folders always showed one (wrong) entry
  • telnet did show wrong IP for incoming connections
  • skipping a kermit download crashed when receiving from an old kermit implementation
  • possible crash when starting fixed (huge number of user buttons)
  • better handling of ssh-keys in openssh-format
  • options menu jump to “File Handling” did not work
  • save-as button in the quick-connect dialog was sometimes incorrectly disabled
  • ssh password prompts in terminal was broken (macOS only)
  • Session Options dialog crash under Retina resolution fixed (macOS only)
  • data-stream-viewer scroll bug under Retina resolution fixed (macOS only)
  • data-stream-viewer now handles tab characters correctly
  • IP4 addresses sometimes incorrectly resolved

REQUIREMENTS

OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor

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ZOC Terminal For MacOSX

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