KiTTY is a fork from version 0.63 of PuTTY, the telnet/SSH client. The app has numerous technical features including the ability to add automatic passwords, run automatic commands and you can run locally saved scripts on remote sessions, which is really useful.
KiTTY has a very easy to use GUI with individual session icons and config box. The app also comes with a great feature that protects you against accidental keyboard input.
Key Features Include:
- Sessions filter.
- Shortcuts for pre-defined command.
- The session launcher.
- Automatic logon script.
- URL hyperlinks.
KiTTY has stacks of other features including automatic saving, SSH handler: Internet Explorer integration, pscp.exe and WinSCP integration, binary compression clipboard printing and some new command-line options.
KiTTY also comes complete with bonus features including a hidden light chat server and a hidden text editor. All in all, a really useful client.
Crash in portable mode when trying to remove a session already deleted (with windows explorer).
Pscp/plink integration with -2 parameter forced (SSH-2 Only).
In portable mode Default%20Settings session, is created on configuration box start only.
Parameter -auto_store_sshkey is modified to -auto-store-sshkey.
-nofiles option shows error message when no kitty.ini file present.
Shortcuts CTRL+SHIFT+ PLUS/MINUS works only once.
New shortcut CTRL+SHIFT+0 to restore initial font size.
New "-edit filename" option to open a file into the embedded editor.
New readonly parameter to prevent any configuration file modification.
New compiler: MinGW 6.3.