Secure Shell (SSH) is a network protocol for remote command execution and data communication adopted on Unix and Linux operating systems.

SSH is a cryptographic protocol and can estabilsh a secure communication channel over a not-secure network.

For this reason is widely adopted for the remote administration of Unix and Linux servers.

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