SSH Talk by Michael W. Lucas


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Chances are if you've recently logged into a Linux or UNIX machine remotely in the past decade you've used SSH. SSH is practically synonymous with access these days but are you getting the most out of your SSH sessions? This talk covers the essentials of SSH use, with the OpenSSH server and the PuTTY and OpenSSH clients. We'll cover debugging, key-based (passwordless) authentication, the strengths and weaknesses of SSH agents, and browsing the web from your server using the browser on on your desktop. Michael W Lucas (www.michaelwlucas.com) is the author of a whole bunch of books and articles on systems administration, networking, and more. One of his books is "SSH Mastery."

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Interesting talk by the author of SSH Mastery book.