After four years without a new version now, the SSH and telnet client PuTTY is available in version 0.61.
PuTTY is an SSH and Telnet client with xterm emulation. Originally developed for Windows, it has been ported to Linux in Version 0.54. It is developed as a convenient graphical alternative to OpenSSH client. PuTTY allows you to save connection settings for each host individually, and it starts easily establish a connection by clicking one of the stored connections.
Although the developers were given four years of silence due to the frequent requests of the whether the project (or herself) was still alive, certainly was a further development. Just no new official status was published. This is now available as version 0.61 and includes several new features.