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For security-conscious system administrators, three letters have become a household word when it comes to securing remote computers: SSH. SSH, which is derived from the term "secure shell," is a set of standards for encrypting the commands and data sent . . .
For security-conscious system administrators, three letters have become a household word when it comes to securing remote computers: SSH. SSH, which is derived from the term "secure shell," is a set of standards for encrypting the commands and data sent to a server from an administrator's PC. It is widely used by Linux administrators and others in the open-source community.

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