OpenSSH server ported to Windows CE

Wednesday, 15 November 2006, 12:34 AM EST

The OpenSSH server has been ported to Windows CE, enabling secure remote access to a Windows CE device using the SSH protocol. The software is currently released at version 0.0.1, under a BSD-style license, and is available in binary and source form.

According to the project's page on Microsoft's Codeplex code-sharing website, this is a port of the OpenSSH v4.3 SSH server to Windows CE. OpenSSH was chosen because it's the most popular SSH server on the Internet, it's known to be portable, and it supports all the features of the SSH protocol.

At Windows for Devices.

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