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JuiceSSH
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Free JuiceSSH Pro Upgrades all weekend!

JuiceSSH has just hit 500,000 users and to celebrate we're giving away free upgrades to our Pro pack.

Just visit http://juicessh.com/500k for more information and to get your upgrade!

If you haven't seen JuiceSSH already, it's a free SSH client exclusive to Android with an optional in-app purchasable pro pack that adds a load of functionality. JuiceSSH was first released a year ago, and has since grown to be the #1 SSH client on the Play Store with over 80,000 downloads a month!

Thanks again all for making the Android community such fun to get involved with - we couldn't have done it without you.
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JuiceSSH
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Hot off the press! JuiceSSH 1.4.9 
This update includes some much-requested features:

- Can now generate, export and push private keys to servers.
- SOCKS dynamic port forward allowing you to encrypt and route all of your browsing traffic through a remote SSH host.
- Mosh server command can now be overridden on a per connection basis.
- Some UI improvements.
- No longer restarts SSH session when device put into a dock.
- Increased timeout for key exchange from 10sec to 180sec.
- Custom EC2 endpoints supported for EC2 link.

It's being pushed to the Play Store over the next 24hrs.
If you're impatient, you can download it straight away from:

http://juicessh.com/changelog
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Liam Cottam

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Do you reckon we'll ever see X11 forwarding? 
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Good find! I hadn't googled it :)
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J.J. Valenzuela

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+JuiceSSH 
HELP!

I have MOSH set up on one of my computers and it works fine.  It has it's own SSH port forwarded, and i've forwarded UDP ports 60000-60009 to the same computer.  Juice connects fine.  But I have another computer on the same network and it has it's own SSH port, and in my router i forwarded 60010-60019 to that computer and when i try to log into it via juice, it tells me it can't because mosh can't connect to the UDP 60001 port (which i have locked to go to the other device).  

the MOSH website says I can specify which UDP port I can use but in the connection setup menu in Juice, the port it asks for is obviously the SSH port, and I can no where specify which UDP port to use.  In my router, i can also obviously not tell it to forward the same range of ports to 2 different IP address.  

What do i dooz?
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K. Thank you! 
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Reinstalled my tablet but the subscription do not work anymore and couldn't be found
But works without a hassle on my mobile
Any advices for me
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Hi.
Do not believe it.
After longpressing version and go back to vrrify it works.
Do not know why.
Deinstalled and tried again, case of bughunting, no Chance, it worked.
Hopefully this bug will came back again so it'll possible for me to send up a bugreport.

And I did what he said and not what he said ;-)
Thanks for the help and well done piece of software
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Hey guys,
Awesome idea and a great UI. I bought a premium version so that I could SSH into my aws ec2 instance running linux. Unfortunately it doesn't let me log-in.
In the new connection dialog I entered: 
type: SSH
address:  ec2-xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com
port: 22
identity: ec2-user

And I imported my private .pem kes and tried to connect to my server but when it asked me for my password it said: authentication failure.

Am I doing something wrong?
Please help  
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Silly question, but is your username correct in your identity? 
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JuiceSSH
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Announcing JuiceSSH v1.4.0-beta5!
- MOSH support (http://mosh.mit.edu)
- Local Android terminal support*
- Telnet support*
- Support for chaining 'Connect via' connections
- Quick Connect*
- Persistent notifications
- Security Lock can now prompt for whole passphrase or 3 random characters (option in Settings)*
- MOSH UTF-8 bugfixes*
- MOSH reliability improvements*

*new features since beta4

To get the beta please first join this community:
https://plus.google.com/communities/110428419162168502506

Then you'll be able to join the beta programme here:
https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.sonelli.juicessh

...and finally you'll then be able to install the beta via the Play Store:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonelli.juicessh

This release features some major changes under the hood and we'd appreciate any feedback on the beta.
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Ba-juutiful! Telnet support makes this a one-step-better diagnostics tool :)   ( who doesn't telnet to ports 22, 25, 80, 110, 143,443 and 993 just to see if things actually work ? ;) )
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JuiceSSH
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Announcing JuiceSSH v1.4.0-beta1!
- MOSH Support (http://mosh.mit.edu)
- Unlimited chaining of 'Connect via' connections
- Improved performance & UI enhancements
- Persistant session notifications

To get the beta please first join this community:
https://plus.google.com/communities/110428419162168502506

Then you'll be able to join the beta programme here:
https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.sonelli.juicessh

...and finally you'll then be able to install the beta via the Play Store:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonelli.juicessh

This release features some major changes under the hood and we'd appreciate any feedback on the beta.
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>mosh support
I love you.
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JuiceSSH
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Not long now... #mosh  
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Sorry, doesn't sound like you are on it. I think you doing great. :-D Hope the mosh guys making a good configuration file for this. 
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Thanks guys for all of your support! Our 100k giveaway promotion is now finished.
 
I can't send an email to you. The answer email says that I wouldn't be in the group.
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I have JuiceSSH on a Nexus 7 2013, with android 4.4, it consumes the battery a lot, like 80%+ in 2 days, during which my nexus was never  manually waked up. Any clue?
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+JuiceSSH  I try the batteryfix version, left juicessh as before and after 24 hours, the battery is fine, and juicessh was not even in the top 8 list of battery stat. I guess this bug is fully fixed.
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Calling all Android developers!
Are you looking for an app idea to work on?

Next month we will be launching a plugin repository for community created plugins.
As of now we are looking for developers who are interested in creating these plugins.

JuiceSSH is currently the #1 SSH client on the Play Store with > 400k users, and growing at a rate of +80,000 users per month.

Plugins are separate applications that you own and host on the Play Store just like any other application you may maintain.
We will be featuring plugins within a prominent area of JuiceSSH, resulting in instant exposure for your plugin.

JuiceSSH users have indicated they would love to see:

   * Plugins that run a command on a periodic basis and graph the results (eg: Performance graphing).
   * Automation plugins that perform SSH actions based on geographic location etc.
   * A tasker plugin for JuiceSSH!
   * Plugins that perform an action, then launch an SSH session (such as port knocking or wake-on-lan).
   * Plugins that provide GUI interfaces around CLI applications (eg: A list of /etc/init.d services that can be stopped/started/restarted) 
   * Plugins that populate your connection list based on third party provider API (eg: +DigitalOcean or +Rackspace )
   * … any other genius plugin idea you may have!

All of the above are possible with our newly published Plugin SDK. 

You can find full documentation of the plugin SDK, in our FAQ:
https://sonelli.com/plugins  
…including more information on what plugins can do: 
https://sonelli.com/faq/what-can-plugins-do

For some open source example/reference plugins, see:
https://github.com/Sonelli/juicessh-performancemonitor
https://github.com/Sonelli/juicessh-pluginexample

If you have any questions on plugin development or would like to find another developer to pair up with on your plugin idea head on over to our JuiceSSH Google+ community:
https://plus.google.com/communities/110428419162168502506

We’re both excited to see what you can come up with!
+Paul Maddox  & +Tom Maddox 
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J.J. Valenzuela

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I've been looking around, but can someone help me out with steps or a website for how to setup an SSH server on windows 7 x64?  (i've set one up in linux i just need one in win now) and how to get it to work with Juice.  I want to disable any passwords and have it only use the RSA key.

Thank you to anyone who can help!
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Sorry I couldn't help more.  I'm glad you have a better solution in mind.  Best of luck!
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Jonathan Bayer

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How do you change sessions in JuiceSSH?

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Thank you, I figured it out right after sending that first email.


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Paul Hein

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Are there any security risks, i need to know about, when using mosh? And how to circumvent?
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Mozilla's security department did a preliminary review of mosh and decided to ban it from internal machines because of the possible issues that were uncovered. 

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=770340

This doesn't necessarily mean that you shouldn't use it, but you should be aware of the tradeoffs before making that decision.
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JuiceSSH
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JuiceSSH (free SSH client for Android) v1.4.0 released today.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonelli.juicessh

Changelog:
- MOSH support (http://mosh.mit.edu)
- Local Android terminal support
- Telnet support
- Quick Connect w/ option to save connection
- Support for chaining 'Connect via' connections
- Persistent notifications & Port Forward notifications can open in browser
- Security Lock can now prompt for whole passphrase or 3 random characters
- Plenty of stability and UI improvements
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Uninstalling the updates for the play store resolved the issue
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Adam Balla

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Used +JuiceSSH at Defcon this past week. Worked flawlessly. Thanks again for creating such a nice client. JuiceSSH and tmux go hand in hand.
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+Brandon Jackson indeed I have :)
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JuiceSSH
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Okay, in the interest of getting some conversation flowing here, a poll!

What's your favourite "go-to" scripting language to get a job done quickly?

(+1 the comments below to vote)
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/me is king of the bash one-liners!
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