It's very rare these days for services to be offering login over the internet without some security requirement. In my own situation, I find I don't make any of my internet-available systems accessible by insecure protocols (telnet, ftp are probably the worst). So, that this program doesn't do ssh is a little strange to me. I have for a long time been a pssh user on the Treo and love it. Sure, it may not have some of the nifty emulation features of this product, but I thought it was worth a mention.
No SSH for $35? No Thanks.
Nearly every Solaris/Linux box connected to the internet these days requires SSH. If this program added that feature it might be worth half of what they are selling it for.
Telnet == bad
I can't think of a single system I've worked on in the past ten years that had telnet enabled. SSH or nothing.
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