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Microsoft Plans to Add Secure Shell (SSH) to Windows

Discussion in 'The Hacker News' started by RSS, Jun 3, 2015.

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    Until now Unix and Linux system administrators have to download a third-party SSH client software like Putty on their Windows machines to securely manage their machines and servers remotely through Secure Shell protocol or Shell Session (better known as SSH). This might have always been an awkward feature of Windows platform, as it lacks both – a native SSH client software for connecting

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