SSH (Secure Shell) is a protocol that can be used as a replacement for
Telnet on UNIX and GNU/Linux systems. Unlike Telnet, which communicates to
remote systems using plain text, SSH encrypts all communication going on
between the client and the remote system. This creates a more secure
environment on both the client and the remote system, and prevents potential
security problems that occur when things like passwords are transmitted
across the internet in plain text.
SSH available for use on both
It can be accessed with the following clients.