Coccinellida
Coccinellida
0.6.1

4.1

Coccinellida free download for Mac

Coccinellida

0.6.1
04 August 2012

A simple SSH Tunnel Manager (was CocTunnel).

Overview

Coccinellida (was CocTunnel) is a simple SSH Tunnel Manager for Mac OS X. It uses Mac OS X system provided ssh client to create secured tunnel connections to remote servers. It's an Open Source program and licensed under GNU GPL v3 terms (see license).

What's new in Coccinellida

Version 0.6.1:
  • Better tunnel stop
  • Growl.Framework updated
  • Some fixes from Tobias Tangemann

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9 Coccinellida Reviews

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Cgc
22 August 2011

Most helpful

Said with a Sean Connery accent, "What is...the nickname I gave your mudda Trebeck" Could be in the next SNL Jeapardy! spoof... Seriously, change the name.
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Version 0.3
snickers2k
15 November 2012
Crashes too often
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Version 0.6.1
Solefald
24 January 2012
Thank you for the tunnel auto-start feature!!! Really appreciate it. Old menu bar icon was a little better though :)
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Version 0.6
2 answer(s)
Troydm
Troydm
27 January 2012
you'r welcome
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snickers2k
snickers2k
13 June 2012
reconnect would be nice ...
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needgoodscreenname
10 December 2011
Great app
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Version 0.5
Solefald
29 November 2011
Great little app. Would love to have an ability to auto-start a certain tunnel when app starts and maybe a better menu bar icon. Current one looks like a ladybug with spider legs :)
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Version 0.5
Kankei71
22 August 2011
That little bug is a coccinelle... Cute, but I don't clearly see the link with "tunnel". Anyway, nice app
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Version 0.3
Cgc
22 August 2011
Said with a Sean Connery accent, "What is...the nickname I gave your mudda Trebeck" Could be in the next SNL Jeapardy! spoof... Seriously, change the name.
Like (3)
Version 0.3
Mondele
07 May 2011
This is an impressive program! There are two features it has that I value greatly - I have sought the first in vain in other programs: 1) The ability to save the ssh password in the Mac OS keychain 2) Low profile presence in the menubar. Why not 5 stars? 1) Stability. While configuring it for multiple tunnels the interface froze, and I had to quit from Activity Monitor. 2) Ease of use. It's pretty undocumented, although I can't say I had any real trouble configuring it. 3) This is a little quibble, but it's still important to me. When this program creates a tunnel, the password is displayed in clear text on the process list. I suspect this is because of the way the program passes the password off to ssh, but it is a security concern. Finally, a feature request would be to change the color of the icon to show connection status. On the whole, I'm delighted and I look forward to seeing this project grow.
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Version 0.2
SickTeddyBear
02 July 2010
ROTFLMAO! ;-D
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Version 0.2
Avidmacuser
17 June 2010
Just out of curiosity... just exactly how DO we pronounce the name of this little app.?
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Version 0.1
4 answer(s)
Troydm
Troydm
17 June 2010
Ci Oh Ci Tunnel i guess ;)
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Version 0.1
Borlox
Borlox
17 June 2010
Thanks for contributing this project, but you really should change the name. It looks like a joke in English.
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Version 0.1
Troydm
Troydm
17 June 2010
too much hassle now, besides name sounds good as long as you pronounce it correctly :) but i'm open to any name suggestions as i might change it's name in the future :) some names already suggested: F***Tunnel - or F-Tunnel in short S***Tunnel - or S-Tunnel in short but i kind a get a filling that those names sound more ridiculous than current one, Also one note i'm not a native english speaker so current name doesn't ring a bell the same way for me as it does for native english speakers from U.S. and all over the world. So I'm not too much expert in naming the projects correctly
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Version 0.1
Mikaelf
Mikaelf
22 August 2011
Why not just Tunnels
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