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How To Use Putty As SSH Client?

PuTTY is a open source and free ssh and telnet client used to connect remote SSH and Telnet services. SSH provides secure access to the remote systems like Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, Kali, Mint, RedHat, Cisco, Huawei and similar network gears. Download PuTTY PuTTY is mainly designed for Windows operating systems. PuTTY software is provided as 32, 64 bit and installer or single executable versions. Windows 32 Bit Installer: https://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/w32/putty-0.70-installer.msi...

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Pssh – Execute Commands On Multiple Remote Linux Servers Using Local System

ssh  is very useful protocol and tool used by Linux system administrators. It provides easy, secure and fast access to the remote systems and servers. It also provides file copy between local and remote systems securely. But in an enterprise environment we generally need to run single command on multiple remote servers. In this case ssh command can help but it has some restrictions. We can use pssh  or parrallel ssh ...

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How to Add Ssh Keys with ssh-add In Linux?

SSH protocol provides different ways for authentication. Key based authentication is the most secure one. In order to use key based authentication we should store the key in a command place. SSH agents reads keys and uses for authentication with remote system. We can use ssh-add to store keys in a common path. Key Files Public and private keys are store in files according to their algorithm. ~/.ssh/identity  holds RSA version...

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Linux Ssh Tunneling or Port Forwarding Local and Remote Ports with Examples?

Ssh protocol secure remote connections which is shell or terminal based to the remote systems. Ssh protocol and tool provides more than that. We can use ssh to create tunnels over local and remote systems or connect remote system X server. In this tutorial we will look how to tunnel and port forward locally and remotely. Local Port Forwarding – Forward or Tunnel Local System Port To Remote System Port Local...

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How To Install,Start, Stop, Restart OpenSSH In Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, Mint?

Ubuntu is popular Linux distributions used by millions. In order to access Ubuntu systems remotely we use ssh protocol. So in order to access and manage Ubuntu systems the ssh server should be installed and running without restriction like firewall. In this tutorial we will look how to install, start and troubleshoot SSH service in Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, Mint. We can use this tutorial distributions like Debian, Kali and Mint too...

How To Generate Putty Keys wit Puttygen? 0

How To Generate Putty Keys wit Puttygen?

Puttygen is used to generate ssh public and private keys for putty. We can use a different type of encryption algorithms bit sizes and ssh versions. In this tutorial, we will look at useful examples of puttygen. Install Puttygen To Linux puttygen is provided with putty packages most of the Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, CentOS, RedHat. Ubuntu, Debian puttygen tool is provided with the putty package in Debian,...

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How To Change OpenSSH SSH Server Port Number In Linux?

Remote access is the main method while managing Linux systems. Remote access must be secured accordingly. OpenSSH suite which implements Ssh provides this security with server and client side. OpenSSH also provides auxiliary tools to make copying or identity management easily and securely. OpenSSH servers run by default TCP port 22. We call it generally ssh port. Ssh port number is know for the whole world so attackers can attack...

Ubuntu, Debian, Kali Ssh Installation 0

Ubuntu, Debian, Kali Ssh Installation

I want to connect my Linux server securely. Security is important nowadays. OpenSSH is a secure shell for remote connections. OpenSSH is very popular and have very life saver features. Installation Installation of ssh is like below. ssh full package name is Openssh-server which provides daemon, client and auxiliary tools for ssh. Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali:

CentOS, Fedora, RedHat:

Start Ssh Service After installation if service is not...

Linux SCP Command Usage With Examples 1

Linux SCP Command Usage With Examples

What is Scp? Scp is an acronym for Secure Copy. It is used primarily for copying files over an ssh connection. The copied files are encrypted and assumed secure as ssh. If the files contain sensitive data copying them with SCP or similar encrypted protocol is the best solution. In this tutorial, we will look at how to use scp in a detailed manner. Install Scp is provided by ssh...

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