June 2006
UNIX Update;Jun2006, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the donation given by GoDaddy.com, a registrar of domain names, to the OpenSSH project, which provides free secure server management tools utilized extensively by Go Daddy(R) in its server infrastructure. OpenSSH is the core component used by millions to log in and manage servers. SSH, or Secure Shell, is used to log into computers over a network and then execute commands on the remote machine and transfer files from one machine to another. It encrypts connections, thus protecting the security of the host machines and the connection itself.


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