SecureBridge

SecureBridge is a set of network security and data protection solutions that can protect any TCP traffic using SSH or SSL secure transport layer protocols that provide authentication for both client and server, strong data encryption, and data integrity verification. SecureBridge components can be used in conjunction with data access components to prevent data interception or modification in an untrusted network.

http://www.devart.com/sbridge/

SecureBridge

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  1. Create a CryptPlugin for RealThinClient (RTC) so that you can use RTC with https by using SecureBridge.

    There are currently two "out of the box" solutions for https with RTC: StreamSec and SecureBlackBox.

    However, for those loyal DevArt customers, having a SecureBridge solution would be better.

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  2. Please add email protocol support. Eighter enable to connect your SSL TLS implementation to the INDY components or implement SMTP and POP3 to SecureBridge. Thanks!

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  3. Add a KeepConnectoinAlive in the SSH client as the tUniconnection have.

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  4. Would be nice to have events for when SFTP uploads and downloads are finished so the server can do processing on them i.e. move,copy decrypt etc.

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  5. Please see http://cntlm.sourceforge.net/
    This is different than just adding Proxy support for SFTP which would be good also. Something like CNTLM would let you proxy enable any app on the PC by using local port forwarding. CNTLM lets you define local port forwarding tunnels to the corp proxy server for other ports such as 22 or any other port the corp proxy is setup to support.
    CNTLM also lets you gateway the port tunnels so users on other PCs can use the forwarded proxy port as well. Similar to how a SSH tunnel can also be set to listen on…

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  6. Implement a handling for the SSHMSGUSERAUTHPASSWDCHANGEREQ like specified here: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4252#section-8 into the TScSSHClient

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  7. TScHttpServer (a HTTPS-Server without DLL problems) would be awesome

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  8. In SSH-2, Kerberos is supported through GSSAPI; RFC 4462 describes GSSAPI key exchange and user authentication in SSH-2.

    For GSSAPI, Windows clients require the MIT Kerberos library http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/www/dist/index.html.

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  9. Currently I can't seem to find a way to have my SSH users and passwords in a database. Would also be nice to have user keys for auth in the database as well.

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  10. Trace commands from the client to the remote server and back would be extremely helpful for debugging with customers

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  11. The last version doesn't support PGP Keys. It will be great if this component would have this functionality. Other Components does.

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  12. Support for OpenPGP, enabling to sing information to be sent

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  13. Add OnProgress event in TScSMTPClient as in TScFTPClient

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  14. Function to check File or Directory exits

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