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What is SSH?

SSH (Secure Shell) is a client/server package used in Unix and Linux systems to provide secure access to a remote system.
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What is an SSH server?

    An SSH server is a daemon that listens for requests to log in using SSH from remote computers. SSH basically allows you to control a Linux or Unix computer just as (MORE)
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How do you use SSH?

SSH is extremely simple. Using the SSH client, you connect to the computer running the SSH server using the command    ssh [ip address or hostname here]
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What is ssh protocol?

SSH stands for secure shell. It is a more secure way to connect and perform remote functions. Telnet will allow you to connect to a router or other device and type commands. T (MORE)
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What is an SSH client used for?

An SSH client is often used for sending data over a secure connection between two networked computers. The best-known use for the SSH protocol is to access shell accounts.
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What port does SSH use by default?

SSH stands for Secure Shell. SSH always uses port 22 as default although some people will change their ports. Under unusual circumstances will the default port no be 22.
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What does a SSH Keygen actually do?

An SSH Keygen is used to generate, manage, and convert authentication keys for SSH authentication. With an SSH Keygen tool, a user can create passphrase keys for both SSH prot (MORE)
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What is the purpose of a SSH server?

An SSH server is a software program which uses the secure shell protocol to accept connections from remote computers. SFTP/SCP file transfers and remote terminal connections a (MORE)
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How do you open SSH for Windows?

Someone can open SSH for windows by using various programs that have been written to open SSH such as OpenSSH for windows. The program can be obtained from the website SourceF (MORE)