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MasterClass! - Using Secure Shell (SSH) Tutorial


If you administer a network, you know that remote administration is a necessary, critical job that must also be done in a secure manner. Secure Shell (SSH) is the method of choice to securely administer a remote computer system. Older methods, such as Telnet, FTP, and ‘R’ services simply don’t provide the level of security to ensure confidentiality and integrity of sensitive data as it travels across non-secure networks. If you’ve never used Secure Shell, veteran author Bobby Rogers will show you how to install, configure, and use secure shell on both Windows and Linux platforms, from the very basics to advanced techniques. To begin learning, simply click on the movie links.

Introduction

Course Introduction

Introduction to Secure Shell

Secure Shell in a Nutshell
Telnet/FTP & R Services
Installing Secure Shell on Linux
Installing Secure Shell on Windows
Configuring Secure Shell

Basic Secure Shell Use

Using Secure Shell for Remote Administration
Using SCP to Copy Files
Using SFTP to Transfer Data
Mounting Remote File Systems with SSHFS

Using SSH with Other Services

Multiple SSH Sessions with screen
Tunneling X11 Through SSH
Remote Desktop with SSH
Using SSH with Other Services

Securing SSH

The 'root' account & SSH
Using Public Key Authentication with SSH
Secure Use of SSH
The DOs & DON'Ts of SSH

Final Thoughts

Conclusion
Resources to He|p with SSH

Credits

About this Author


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