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|Originally Published: Friday, 14 July 2000||Author: Alexander Reelsen|
|Published to: news_enhance_security/Security News||Page: 1/1 - [Std View]|
Enter SSH (Secure SHell). By using SSH, you encrypt the traffic and you can make 'man-in-the-middle' attacks almost impossible. It also protects you from DNS and IP spoofing. As a bonus, it offers the possibility to compress the traffic and thus make transfers faster. SSH is a very versatile tool: not only does it replace telnet, you can also 'tunnel' services like ftp, pop and even ppp via it.