IN THIS CHAPTER
OpenSSH is a suite of secure network connectivity tools that replaces telnet, rcp, rsh/rshd, rlogin/rlogind, and ftp/ftpd. Unlike the tools it replaces, OpenSSH tools encrypt all traffic, including passwords, thwarting malicious users who would eavesdrop, hijack connections, and steal passwords.
This chapter covers the following OpenSSH tools:
scp. Copies files to/from another system
sftp. Copies files to/from other systems (a secure replacement for ftp)
ssh. Runs a command on or logs in on another ...