The Kermit Project

New York City
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Welcome to the Kermit Project, Columbia University, New York City, bringing you communications software for nearly every computer and operating system on the planet since 1981.

Kermit software offers file transfer, terminal emulation, script programming, character-set conversion, and/or secure Internet connections for Windows, Linux, BSD, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, SCO, VMS, DOS, IBM mainframes, and dozens of other platforms, new and old, over the Internet as well as serial ports and modems.

The nonprofit Kermit Project is entirely self-supporting and requires revenue from software licenses and support contracts to continue its work. You can also help by always accessing Amazon.Com through THIS LINK.

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The Kermit Project / Columbia University / / 25 November 2002