The Openssh set of utilities let us create secure, encrypted connections between machines. In this tutorial we will take a look at some of the most useful options we can use to change the behavior of sshd, the Openssh daemon in order to make your Linux system administration job easier. In this article we assume the existence of an already running and accessible server. If you want to know more about Openssh installation, you can take a look at this article on how to install SSH server on Ubuntu Linux.
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