Gives you a list of previously configured SSH connections.
Gives you a list of previously configured SSH connections
Adds a convenient gui for configuring tunnels/ssh local and remote forwardigs
Generate keys of different types
Lets you inspect digests of keypairs or change passwords
Distributes your public keys to remote accounts by selection from a wizard like gui
Start your own agent session or integrate an existing agent session.
Shows you the identities contained by a running agent
Just select the identities from a list.
History of Connections and key operations
Keeps a protocol of your tasks concerning ssh, scp, agent and scp-transfer
Shows you what SecPanle does on the backend site when calling ssh executables
The gui may get minimized to an unobtrusive smaller gui.
Install SecPanel on ubuntu
Open the terminal and run the following command
sudo apt-get install secpanel