What is SSH?

Secure Shell Protocol (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for running services securely through an unsecured network. It is mostly used for command-line executions and remote logins.

More About SSH

SSH applications are based on client-server architecture, connecting the client’s browser with the site’s server.

In addition to producing a safe connection between local and remote computers, SSH manages virtualization platforms, operating systems, routers, server hardware, and file transfer applications. It connects to servers, performs uploads, and makes changes with dedicated tools or directly through the terminal.

SSH keys automate access to servers and are typically used in scripts, configuration management tools, and backup systems.

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