Secure Shell (SSH) is a well known protocol and has widely available implementation that provide a secure connection tunneling solution. SSH provides a daemon on both the client and server sides of a connection. Clients connect to the local daemon rather than connecting directly to the server. The local SSH daemon then establishes a secure connection to the daemon on the server side. Communication is then routed from the client, through the client side daemon to the server side daemon and then on to the actual server. This enables a client/server program that uses an insecure protocol to be tunneled through a secure channel. For our purposes, the disadvantage of SSH is that it requires two hops to occur and that the implementations available do not perform and scale well enough. More information on SSH can be obtained from http:www.ssh.org Secure Sockets Layer Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a standard for the secure transmission of documents over the Internet using HTTPS (secure HTTP). SSL uses digital signatures to ensure that transmitted data is not tampered with.
A completely encrypted shell connection between two machines protected by a super long pass-phrase.
A program to log in to another system over a network and execute commands on that system. It also enables you to move files from one system to another, and it provides authentication and secure communications over insecure channels.
A program and protocol that provides strong authentication and secure communications for logging onto a remote computer.
Secure Shell, or SSH, is a UNIX-based command interface and protocol for securely accessing a remote computer. It is frequently used as a secure method to remotely access and manipulate files directly on a website.
A Unix shell program for logging in and executing commands on a remote computer. ssh replaces rlogin and rsh and provides secure encrypted communications between two untrusted hosts over an insecure network.
Secure SHell (SSH) protocol is a convenient method to access systems at James Cook University from off campus. It encrypts (codes) all traffic, and provides a high level of protection against hacker attacks. Main features of Secure Shell include secure remote logins, terminal emulation, fully integrated secure file transfers, secure tunneling of X11 traffic, and secure access to e-mail over the Internet.
An encrypted (thus secure) method of logging in remotely to a computer. Many secure shell programs are available; both a client and server are needed.
Secure shell is a means of encrypting specific traffic between sites using public private key encryption. It is normally used to provide an encrypted remote login to machines with sensitive data on. The port forwarding facility allows for any specific traffic intended for a machine (e.g. just database access) to be encrypted between the two sites. See Also Public Private Key Encryption. VPN
A secure shell is a telnet type connection made to a remote host. This connection is protected with SSL 3DES 128bit encryption. Secure shell is also known for short as SSH. It is pronounced S-S-H.
A method of telnetting in to a Unix server, over a secure connection, in order to keep the session private. Because the data is being encrypted, it is usually a little slower.
A program used for logging into and executing commands on a remote computer.
Secure Shell is a program to log into another computer over a network, to execute commands in a remote machine, and to move files from one machine to another. It provides strong authentication and secure communications over insecure channels. SSH protects a network from attacks such as IP spoofing, IP source routing, and DNS spoofing. An attacker who has managed to take over a network can only force SSH to disconnect. He or she cannot play back the traffic or hijack the connection when encryption is enabled.
A secure remote terminal access protocol.
A program that allows you to log into another Linux computer over a network, to execute commands in a remote machine, and to move files from one machine to another. It provides strong authentication and secure communications over insecure channels.
A special protocol for secure remote login and other secure network services over an insecure network.
Secure Socket Shell
A program that provides strong authentication and secure connections over insecure networks so that a user can log into another computer over a network, execute commands on a remote machine, or move files from one machine to another.
An IETF draft protocol used for securing terminal sessions and authentications over an insecure network at the application level.
In computing, Secure Shell or SSH is a set of standards and an associated network protocol that allows establishing a secure channel between a local and a remote computer. It uses public-key cryptography to authenticate the remote computer and (optionally) to allow the remote computer to authenticate the user. SSH provides confidentiality and integrity of data exchanged between the two computers using encryption and message authentication codes (MACs).