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ftp cliente for windows in SSL or SSH

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I installed SSLeay 0.9.0, SSL Telnet 0.11, and SSL ftp 0.12.  from Eric and Tim Hudson, in Solaris 2.51. It works fine.

  But now I need Windows NT/95 clients. I got only one telnet client: SSLtel Beta3, based on NCSA Windows, of Tim Hudson, from 1996. I have noone ftp client for windows.

  Is there any new Telnet and one ftp client?
  Where can I get it?


Another option is use rsh, but I have got the same problem, I need to emulate ftp. It is posible with scp, but I haven't got anyone client for windows.

Can you help me?.
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You can get free SSH clients for Windows at
ftp://ftp.rz.hu-berlin.de/pub/security/ssh/,
ftp://ftp.kiss.de/pub/win95/ssh/ or
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Bay/1692/ssh-index.html .

At least the first site has a "scp" port in it's windows
subdirectory (ssh97126.zip).

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