How to Use SSH Jar 64bit for Secure File Transfer and Remote Access
SSH Jar 64bit is a Java SSH API that allows you to connect to SSH servers and perform various tasks such as file transfer, terminal emulation, port forwarding, and remote execution. It is based on the Maverick Synergy framework, which is an open source project licensed under LGPLv3. SSH Jar 64bit supports all desktop and server versions of Windows, 32-bit and 64-bit, from Windows XP SP3 and Windows Server 2003, up to the most recent â Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022[^1^]. It also supports various encryption algorithms, public key authentication methods, compression modes, and obfuscated SSH protocol[^1^]. In this article, we will show you how to use SSH Jar 64bit for some common scenarios.
Downloading and Installing SSH Jar 64bit
To download SSH Jar 64bit, you can visit the SourceForge page of the project[^2^], where you can find the latest version of the API as a zip file. Alternatively, you can also download it from the GitHub repository of the project[^3^], where you can find the source code and some examples. To install SSH Jar 64bit, you just need to extract the zip file to a folder of your choice. You will find several jar files in the lib folder, which are the dependencies of the API. You will also find some documentation files in the doc folder, which explain how to use the API in detail.
Using SSH Jar 64bit for SFTP File Transfer
SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) is a secure protocol that allows you to transfer files between a local and a remote system over an encrypted SSH connection. SSH Jar 64bit provides a graphical SFTP client that supports various features such as automatic resuming, text file awareness, recursive subdirectory transfers, verified-integrity resume, directory mirroring, and SFTP drive mapping[^1^]. To use the graphical SFTP client, you need to run the sftp-gui.jar file in the bin folder. You will see a window like this:
To connect to an SFTP server, you need to enter the host name or IP address, the port number (usually 22), the user name and password or private key file of the remote system. You can also configure some advanced options such as proxy settings, compression mode, obfuscation keyword, etc. by clicking on the Options button. Once you are connected, you will see two panels: one for your local file system and one for your remote file system. You can browse, create, delete, rename, copy, move files and folders between them by using the buttons on the toolbar or by dragging and dropping. You can also access some additional features such as verified-integrity resume or directory mirroring by right-clicking on a file or folder and selecting them from the context menu.
Using SSH Jar 64bit for Terminal Emulation
Terminal emulation is a feature that allows you to access a command-line interface of a remote system over an encrypted SSH connection. SSH Jar 64bit provides a graphical terminal emulator that supports various protocols such as bvterm, xterm, and vt100[^1^]. It also supports corporation-wide single sign-on using SSPI (GSSAPI) Kerberos 5 and NTLM user authentication[^1^]. To use the graphical terminal emulator, you need to run the stermc-gui.jar file in the bin folder. You will see a window like this:
To connect to an SSH server, you need to enter the host name or IP address, the port number (usually 22), the user name and password or private key file of the remote system. You can also configure some advanced options such as proxy settings, compression mode, obfuscation keyword, etc. by clicking on the Options button. Once you are connected, you will see a terminal window where you can execute commands on the remote system as if you were logged in locally. You can also resize the terminal window or change its font size by using the buttons on the toolbar.
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