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Introduction

 

 

What is S-Term?

 

S-Term is a 32-bit terminal emulator with MDI interface designed for Internet and intranet use with support for telnet, SSH1 and SSH2 protocols. SSH is a secure protocol that replaces existing TCP/IP protocols such as telnet and rlogin. In order to establish secure connections, SSH must be supported by both the client and the server. S-Term can be used for both secure and non-secure connections.

S-Term requires Windows 95/98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 or Windows XP.

S-Term is highly customizable and easy to use. Remote sites can be easily accessed by simply entering a hostname and a port. In addition, S-Term use session to manager group of options and settings associated with or assigned to a connection to a remote machine. These settings and options are saved under a session name and allow the user to have different preferences for different hosts. S-Term introduces a novel way, which to the best of our knowledge is the first time, to customize the functions by the means of the System Control Script.

 

General Features

Advanced Features

BBS Enhancement (More enhancement for Chinese BBS system)