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  • n. A program and protocol for securely logging in to and running programs on remote machines across a network, with encryption to protect the transferred information and authentication to ensure that the remote machine is the one desired.
  • v. To use ssh to connect to a remote computer.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A common Middle English form of sch, now sh.


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abbreviation of secure shell


  • An amazingly clever hack creates a vulnerability in ssh, an encrypted protocol for communicating over the Internet.

    Boing Boing: August 19, 2001 - August 25, 2001 Archives

  • To use TerminalDecorator, you need to run it instead of ssh (TerminalDecorator will automatically call ssh after it has colored the Terminal window).

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Scott Moser and I wrote a similar utility for Ubuntu Lucid, called ssh-import-lp-id, for securely pulling one or more public keys from Launchpad. net and appending them to an account's ~/. ssh/ authorized_keys file.

    Planet Ubuntu

  • Current firmware seems to be to simple and I really lack couple features, namely ssh and dnsmasq.

    OpenWrt : News

  • If you want to give this a try, call the ssh client this way:

    Planet Ubuntu

  • For example, I use putty at work and created a 'ssh' shortcut for it.

    From The Tips Box: Windows Run Shortcuts, Random Gmail Signatures | Lifehacker Australia

  • I think my eyes nearly popped in gasping at the red-eyed "ssh"!

    The Satan Pit

  • The officer is alleged to have "ridiculed him by not listening to what he was saying and by telling him to 'ssh'".

    The Policeman's Blog

  • Here it should be noted that http is using predefined web-server in the router and that "ssh" is specified in an empty input box (offer is only second web-server).

  • The command used to launch executables on remote nodes (typically either "ssh" or "rsh")

    Sun Bloggers


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