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Devart SecureBridge Now Supports Android 64-bit

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Devart, a recognized vendor of professional database management software and Delphi data access components for developers and DBAs, has released SecureBridge 9.2 with support for Android 64-bit development. The vendor also supported the keyboard-interactive authentication in the TScSSHServer component, which allows the SSH server to prompt the user to input their password.


The full list of new and improved features inсludes:

  • Support for Android 64-bit development;

  • Support for the latest Lazarus version 2.0.6;

  • A new method TScSFTPClient.ReadDirectoryToList to retrieve a directory listing;

  • Support for keyboard-interactive authentication in TScSSHServer;

  • Improved server certificate validation in the TLS/SSL protocol on Android.


SecureBridge offers components that can be used as clients and servers for SSH, SFTP, SSL, FTPS, HTTP/HTTPS, WebSocket, and SignalR protocols to protect data flow over an untrusted network. It is also compatible with data access components to prevent data interception and theft. To learn more about the current release, please visit 



About Devart

Devart is one of the leading developers of database tools and administration software, ALM solutions, data providers for various database servers, data integration and backup solutions. The company also implements Web and Mobile development projects.

For additional information about Devart, visit https://www.devart.com/

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Hello Jordan,


Is it possible to build a full featured terminal like putty with SecureBridge? 

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On 1/9/2020 at 4:21 PM, edwinyzh said:

Hello Jordan,


Is it possible to build a full featured terminal like putty with SecureBridge? 

Yes, it's possible.

To solve your task, you can try using the TScSSHShell component. The TScSSHShell component is designed to execute a command on the server: https://devart.com/sbridge/docs/index.html?tscsshshell.htm
SecureBridge does not include a terminal for displaying information. So, you can use any third-party terminal to work with TScSSHShell. Our policy is to avoid recommending particular third-party components, however, you may want to read reviews on specialized forums.

TScSSHShell executes a command line on the server and receives the results of its execution. You should execute commands on the server using the TScSSHShell.WriteString method and read the result using the TScSSHShell.ReadString method. The result of the command should be passed to the terminal, and the user input should be passed from the terminal to the server via TScSSHShell.WriteString. Our SSHClientApp demo project demonstrating the use of the TScSSHShell component. You can find the SSHClientApp project in the % SecureBridgeDemos%\SSHClientApp directory. %SecureBridgeDemos% is the directory where SecureBridge Demo projects are installed on your computer.

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