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Discussion in 'General Mobile Discussion' started by mitsui56, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. mitsui56

    mitsui56 Addict Established

    mga leechers kunting info para sa inyo ;)

    what is Secure Shell? (SSH)

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    The most visible application of the protocol is for access to Please or Register to view links on Please or Register to view links operating systems, but it sees some limited use on Please or Register to view links as well. In 2015, Microsoft announced that they would include native support for SSH in a future release.

    SSH was designed as a replacement for Please or Register to view links and for Please or Register to view links remote Please or Register to view links protocols such as the Berkeley Please or Register to view links, Please or Register to view links, and Please or Register to view links protocols. Those protocols send information, notably Please or Register to view links, in Please or Register to view links, rendering them susceptible to interception and disclosure using Please or Register to view links. The Please or Register to view links used by SSH is intended to provide confidentiality and integrity of data over an unsecured network, such as the Please or Register to view links, although files leaked by Please or Register to view links indicate that the Please or Register to view links can sometimes decrypt SSH, allowing them to read the content of SSH sessions
     
  2. mitsui56

    mitsui56 Addict Established

    wc bossing
     
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