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I've been using Bitvise Tunnelier for a good few years to get secure access to my home server. This week I've switched to OS X and can't seem to find a nice GUI-based app to allow me to connect SSH/SFTP/Remote Desktop thru an SSH tunnel. Can anyone please advise? I'm not overly keen on the command line...

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Jellyfissh http://www.grepsoft.net/jellyfissh.html

It's a GUI frontend to ssh. Not sure about SFTP support though, you'll have to call upon Google for that one.

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1 second! darn. +1 – Chris Nava May 24 '10 at 16:55
    
Looks good, will give it a try. Thanks. (Sorry can't vote you up as have just joined superuser) – 5arx Jun 2 '10 at 10:16
    
I understand. Thanks tho. – user36092 Jun 10 '10 at 21:53

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