Posted on Thu, 17 May 2018
Introducing Windows support
We are proud to announce that as of today we officially support running sshreach.me client scripts on Windows operating systems.
Although sshreach.me was first conceived as a primarily Linux and Mac oriented service, we have recognized the need to support Windows systems. So, if you are a web developer working on Windows and you want to show your work in progress to your prospective client on your computer, you can now do it with sshreach.me. You can also use sshreach.me to test your application's webhooks during development process. Or if you need to provide remote support to your client, you can install sshreach.me and VNC server on your client's PC and have on-demand encrypted VNC connection with them.
Unfortunately, Windows operating systems do not support ssh and python scripts out-of-the-box, so there are a few additional steps to take before you can open a tunnel from your Windows machine. If you would like to run sshreach.me client on Windows, we’ve created a detailed step-by-step manual here.