Glossary > Secure Shell (SSH)
Secure Shell protocol, or SSH, is a way to operate network services in a secure manner over an unsecured network. It’s also used to establish a secure connection between computers, and includes robust authentication and encryption to ensure secure end-to-end data transmission.
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