What is SSH?


SSH (Secure Shell or Secure Socket Shell) is a UNIX-based command interface and protocol for securely obtaining access to a remote computer. SSH connections are authenticated at both the client and server ends and passwords are encrypted. The website's administrator can access web servers from a remote location such as at home or a hotel room to check activity logs, move files from one computer to another, monitor system performance, or update user access privileges -- and be assured the connection is secured.

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