3 - SSH

What is SSH

The Secure Shell (SSH) is a popular network protocol used to establish a secure and encrypted connection between two remote systems. It provides a secure channel over an unsecured network, such as the internet, and enables secure remote access and administration of servers, devices, and computers. SSH is widely used in the IT industry and plays a crucial role in managing and controlling remote systems. Let's explore what SSH is used for and why it is important for beginners.

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