SSH Techniques

    Date27 Sep 2000
    CategoryCryptography
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    We've already seen one of the primary uses of ssh: it allows you to open up a terminal session to a remote system. By using "ssh" instead of telnet or rsh, you get the same ability to type commands on remote . . . We've already seen one of the primary uses of ssh: it allows you to open up a terminal session to a remote system. By using "ssh" instead of telnet or rsh, you get the same ability to type commands on remote systems, but your sessions are encrypted to protect them from prying eyes. What else does ssh offer? Let's start with the security features in the program and move on to some of the practical uses of the tool.
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