SSH Hotkeys is the fastest and easiest way to fire off quick non-interactive commands on remote servers and computers via SSH from your iPhone or iPod Touch. Avoid ever having to retype commands over and over again.
Run non-interactive commands on remote servers via SSH with a single tap.
Server, connection, and password management.
Support for non-standard SSH ports.
Create a hotlist of commands for each remote server. Run the commands via a single tap.
View and email command output logs
Landscape and Portrait mode support
Configurable output log font: choose from any font on your device
Zoom and pinch gesture support to change font size
No. SSH-1 has inherent design flaws which make it vulnerable. It is now generally
considered obsolete and should be avoided.
Does SSH Hotkeys support SSH-2?
What is size of the output log buffer?
For performance reasons, the output log is limited to 64K characters. If there is more
output than 64K characters, then it will be truncated to the last 64K characters.
Where can I find a SSH server?
SSH is already present on most operating systems, including Mac OS X, most distributions
of Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Solaris, and OpenVMS. A number of open source, freeware, and
proprietary SSH servers are also available for the various versions of Microsoft Windows (freeSSHd).
Which SSH authentication methods are available?
Password and Keyboard-interactive authentication are available. Public key authentication
and GSSAPI authentication methods are not available in the current release of SSH Hotkeys.
I'm using freeSSHd to host SSH on my Windows machine...
If you always receive an output message saying "Unable to
execute command or shell or remote system: Failed to Execute process.", then prefix your
commands with "cmd.exe /c " (without the quotes).