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SSH or secure shell service in Ubuntu allows a safe remote access while logging in. It also allows other network communications within an organization. To understand how to enable SSH in Ubuntu and Linux and use it like a pro, let us first understand what is SSH, how important it is and how we can enable it in Ubuntu and Linux. What is SSH? SSH is Secure Shell Service, a secure way or channel to…

What is OpenSSH? OpenSSH is a suite based on SSH (Secure Shell) protocol providing a secure network for services like remote login or remote file transfer. OpenSSH is also known as OpenBSD Secure Shell and was initially developed as a part of OpenBSD operating system. What are the features of OpenSSH? OpenSSH is freely available for everyone, their code encourages reusing and auditing of the code. OpenSSH has a secure tunnel to forward remote TCP…

What is SSH? SSH or Secure Shell is a powerful protocol to keep a computer network secure through strong encryption and authentication. Why use SSH? You might have multiple computers either at home or office and wish to perform the following functions : Copy/move files from one computer to another/server Remotely operate another computer’s account Move files from / to your web hosting server where your websites are hosted SSH keeps these network connections more…