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SSH, the Secure Shell : The Definitive Guide
SSH, the Secure Shell : The Definitive Guide
Richard E. Silverman , Daniel J. Barrett , Richard Silverman , Mike Loukides
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The suite of utility applications that Unix users and administrators find indispensable--Telnet, rlogin, FTP, and the rest--can in fact prove to be the undoing of interconnected systems. The Secure Shell, aka SSH, which isn't a true shell at all, provides your otherwise attack-prone utilities with... Read More

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