Ron Ayres wrote:
>> ?ssh? I've havn't heard of this before. What is it?
Encrypted end-to-end telnet replacement. You need to run the relevant
daemon (sshd) on your server, and you can then connect to it by running
'ssh <servername>' in exactly the same way as you would use telnet.
The advantage is that *nothing* you send can be sniffed, as everything,
including the initial handshaking, is encrypted.
It's nice : I use it on my servers here and on a public server that I
access in an ISP, and it's nice to be able to not worry about anything
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