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Secure Shell – KMES Series 3

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Secure Shell - KMES Series 3

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SSH (Secure Shell) is a cryptographic network protocol that enables the ability to remotely log in from one computer to another in a secure manner. The SSH protocol uses a client-server architecture, which means that the connection is established by an SSH client connecting to an SSH server. The SSH client drives the connection setup process and uses public key cryptography to verify the SSH server's identity. After the setup phase, the SSH protocol uses strong symmetric encryption and hashing algorithms to ensure the privacy and integrity of the data that is exchanged between the client and server.

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