SSH™ - (or Secure SHell) is a protocol which facilitates secure communications between two systems using a client/server architecture and allowing users to log into server host systems remotely. But unlike other remote communication protocols such as FTP or Telnet, SSH encrypts the login session, making it impossible for intruders to collect unencrypted passwords.
SSH is designed to r...
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