Download Bitvise SSH Server (WinSSHD)  

Bitvise SSH Server installer - version 7.45, size 14.0 MB. Installs both Personal Edition, free for personal and non-commercial use, or Standard Edition - 30-day evaluation with full functionality. Excellent terminal. Single virtual filesystem for SFTP, SCP, and terminal (when using BvShell) with multiple configurable mount points. Cryptography FIPS 140-2 compliant if enabled in Windows. Supports the latest Windows server and desktop versions, both 32-bit and 64-bit. Requires at least Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2003, or newer.

If the link doesn't work, try again - it is Amazon CloudFront and should be very reliable. Check below if the installer does not start.

Our installers are cryptographically signed. Our most recent installers use an Extended Validation digital certificate from DigiCert. Do not run any installers for our software that do not carry a valid digital signature by Bitvise Limited.

Bitvise SSH Server is easy to uninstall.

Using Bitvise SSH Server requires you to read and agree with its License Terms.

Upgrading from a previous version

To upgrade from a previous version, download the new installer, execute it, and follow the process. The installer will detect an existing installation and will automatically remove it before installing the new one. During this process, your settings will be preserved.

Upgrade access

Each Bitvise SSH Server license comes with 12 months of access to new versions included free of charge. Additional upgrade access can be purchased either with the initial license, or subsequently.

If your upgrade access has expired, you will need to purchase one or more license-years of upgrade access to get a new activation code. You can do this through your License Overview. The cost is $19.95 per SSH Server license and per year.

Help! The installer does not start?

Depending on your Windows version, security settings, and how the installer was downloaded, you may need to take an extra step to start it. On Windows Server 2016, right-click the installer executable in Windows Explorer, click Properties, and see if you need to check Unblock on the General tab.