Hosts
In Termius, hosts are essentially saved and named connection strings tha...
Synchronization
Termius aims to provide a simple and consistent experience no matter wha...
Groups
You can use groups to organize hosts and share with teammates. A group c...
Supported protocols
Termius supports SSH, Mosh and Telnet protocols. SSH (Secure Shell) SSH ...
Tags
Tags provide an additional way, besides groups, to arrange your hosts. F...
Keychain
Keychain is a section in Termius, where you can import and generate ssh ...
Serial connections
Serial communication is the process of sending data one bit at a time, s...
Snippets
A snippet is a saved command that you can: run with a click or tap, whe...
SFTP
The SFTP functionality of Termius lets you: securely transfer files bet...
Port forwarding
Port forwarding allows you to forward a port to another machine, or brin...
Host chaining
You may sometimes need to connect to an ssh host that cannot be reached ...
Biometric keys (Secure Enclave)
Termius for iOS and macOS allows you to generate a key inside Secure Enc...
FIDO2-based SSH keys (ed25519-sk and ecdsa-sk)
Starting with 7.41.2, the desktop Termius app allows authenticating usin...
Port knocking
Port knocking is a method of externally opening ports, which, by default...
History
The History section of Termius provides detailed information about your ...
Termius CLI
Important: Termius CLI has been deprecated. The Termius CLI (command lin...
Session logging
Saving your sessions' terminal output allows for debugging and analysis ...
Deep linking on iOS
On iOS, the following URL formats can be used for opening Termius and au...
External intents on Android
With the help of an intent, an Android app developer can open Termius fr...
Synchronization security overview
This document describes: The authentication process. The encryption sch...
YubiKey support
This section describes how to set up a server for YubiKey authentication...
Multi-window mode on iPad
On iPads with iPadOS 13 or newer, you can open several windows of Termiu...
How Termius detects the server’s OS
To detect the OS installed on a server, Termius executes a script (see b...
How to select multiple entries in the desktop app
You can select multiple items on the Hosts, Known hosts, Keychain, Snipp...
Support for SHA-2 in the latest releases
The latest versions of Termius apps support the SHA-2 algorithm, a secur...