SSH Command Explained in 5 Simple Steps

Secure Shell (SSH) is a network protocol that is used to create a secure encrypted connection between 2 computer systems. There are a number of SSH clients available, both free and commercial. OpenSSH is the most widely used client in nowadays and it is available on all major platforms, including Linux, OpenBSD, Windows, and macOS.

In this Guide, We will discuss how to use the OpenSSH command-line client (SSH) to login to a remote machine and run commands or perform other operations.