Secure Shell (SSH)

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The Secure SHell, often abbreviated to SSH, is the successor to telnet: A technology that allows you to remotely access UNIX shells (virtual terminals) and execute commands over a network. Unlike its predecessor it offers encryption of the data stream and increased security and privacy.