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The Kermit Project

Noticias: Spanish version by Aleida Muņoz. Presently, only the Kermit home page (this page) has been translated.
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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 interactive and scripted file transfer and management, terminal emulation, Unicode-aware character-set conversion, and/or Internet security for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Mac OS X, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, Tru64 Unix, SCO, QNX, OS/2, VMS / OpenVMS, DOS, IBM mainframes, and dozens of other platforms, new and old, over the Internet as well as serial ports and modems. Internet security methods include Kerberos IV, Kerberos V, SSL, TLS, SSH, and SRP. Internet protocols include traditional and secure Telnet, traditional and secure FTP, traditional and secure HTTP. All functions can be automated using Kermit's built-in cross-platform transport-independent script programming language. Terminal emulations for Windows include VT100, VT220, VT320, ANSI, HP, IBM, Linux Console, Sun Console, QNX, AT386, SCO ANSI / SCOANSI, SNI 97801, Televideo, Wyse, and many others.

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  (explain).

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The Kermit Project / Columbia University / kermit@columbia.edu / 29 Aug 2005