SSH Protocols Internet

The SSH (Secure Shell) specifies a way for a user to remotely control another computer through a secure communications channel. The remote computer must run an SSH server; the user uses an SSH client to connect to the server. From the perspective of the user, an SSH client behaves just like a telnet (or rlogin) client, except that the communication is encrypted, so a third party cannot spy on it. There are two versions of the SSH protocol: SSH1 and SSH2. They are not particularly compatible, so it is important to choose an SSH client whose version matches that of the SSH server on the remote computer.

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OpenSSH* - An open source SSH client and server.

  • SSHTools - Software suite providing Java SSH API, SSH Terminal, SSH secured VNC client, SFTP client and SSH Daemon. [Open source, GPL]
  • OpenSSH on Windows - Port of OpenSSH server and client for Windows.
  • SSH Communications Security - Includes information about the SSH protocol. Has internet a variety internet of SSH products for sale, including internet clients, servers, and VPN internet software.
  • SSH Master FTP Site - Binaries for SSH1 and SSH2 clients and servers protocols for Windows and Unix.
  • SSH Patch Repository - NCSA's collection of patches for SSH.

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