Using SSH and SCP Lab

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Secure communion and secure authentication are critical to keeping a company or organization’s network resources protected. An SSH server uses a pair of asymmetrical keys which allows the session between the client and the server to be fully encrypted. This results in better security, and SSH has for the most part replaced FTP and telnet because of...

Time
1 hour 30 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
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Overview

Secure communion and secure authentication are critical to keeping a company or organization’s network resources protected. An SSH server uses a pair of asymmetrical keys which allows the session between the client and the server to be fully encrypted. This results in better security, and SSH has for the most part replaced FTP and telnet because of its use of encryption as opposed to the clear text transmission methods used by Telnet and FTP.