In the Linux world, Secure Shell (SSH) is extremely popular. It provides the ability to log on to other computers (similar to Telnet), run commands on other computers from a script (similar to the i5/OS RUNRMTCMD command), copy files over a network (like CRTDUPOBJ over a network), tunnel network traffic (similar to a very simple VPN), and transfer files (like FTP). For all these functions, SSH protects the network transmissions with high-quality encryption and private-key authentication. ...

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