SSH port forwarding

Thursday, 6 January 2005, 12:57 AM EST

SSH is typically used for logging into remote servers so you have shell access to do maintenance, read your email, restart services, or whatever administration you require. SSH also offers some other native services, such as file copy (using scp and sftp) and remote command execution (using ssh with a command on the command line after the hostname).

By Brian Hatch at SecurityFocus.

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