LinuxHelp.net: Secure Shell (SSH/SSH2) Setup GuideDec 29, 1999, 16:28 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Janou Milligan)
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"I first learned about ssh when I became involved in an IRC server that required it. I thought that it was going to be a problem to install because when you hear the word "security", you say to yourself, "Good Gosh .. I am gonna have to get this, then that, then the other ..."
"Well, I am here once again to give you assurance that it is no where as bad as you think. Within a few minutes, I had ssh up and running, and also found a few cool ssh clients for those people that are using IP MASQuerading from a windows machine. I have also listed some links to where you can get some cool clients for Windows."
"The two current versions of ssh is SSH and SSH-2. The difference between the two lies in the protocols. However, whatever your needs are, this guide will pretty much help you install either one. My emphasis will be on ssh."
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