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BW: SSH Communications Security Announces SSH Secure Shell 2.1 Available for Purchase On ssh.com

Mar 30, 2000, 13:46 (1 Talkback[s])

"SSH Communications Security (SSH), the world-leading developer of Internet security and developer of the Secure Shell standard, today announced that they are now selling SSH Secure Shell 2.1 products on its Web site..."

"With over three million users in 80 countries, SSH Secure Shell is the recognized de-facto standard for remote administration and secure file transfers over the Internet. SSH Secure Shell for Workstations supports Windows 95/98/2000, NT 4.0, Sun Solaris and Linux (Red Hat, SuSe and Caldera distributions). SSH Secure Shell for Servers supports Sun Solaris, HP/UX, IBM AIX, Compaq True64 UNIX, FreeBSD, as well as many other Linux- and UNIX-based server platforms."

"Secure Shell protects Internet servers against the most common break-in method used by hackers -- stealing passwords from the Internet. The product encrypts passwords and all data transmitted between the user and host server over the Internet. SSH Secure Shell 2.1 is ideal for maintaining Web or UNIX servers securely, as well as for accessing corporate resources from home and travel."

Press release.