SSH Server - Remote access of the site from which it is installed to that computer. SSH Server allows you to transfer files over SFTP and SCP protocols, perform port forwarding (TCP/IP tunneling) and, thanks to the use of Cryptlib cryptographic library, provides a high level of connection security. Users of SSH Server can run this program on a remote host computer, run commands through Telnet, use standard Linux, Mac, or Windows SSH clients (OpenSSH, PUTTY, and F5 to name a few).Secure, etc.). By using this software, the user can remotely manage corporate servers (including web servers, mail servers, database servers, etc.) and allocate server resources to several users (rather than running an application locally, you can run it from a remote location).
Furthermore, SSH servers have the capability of operating remotely, and run scripts for editing files on the server as well as transferring files via Internet, fax, or the mail. This server also implements many cryptographic techniques (Blowfish, RC4, IDEA, etc.) and uses SSH2 standards for its work. Administrators of server are able to limit the information to be accessed on users' names by a host, host ID, and IP address, limit access to users' folders, documents, and active sessions, as well as to control when servers and users access services.
- remote computer control;
- Server resources allocated to individuals using the nload of server resources among users;
- Security of a high level;
- Provides full control over server resources.