SSH is the primary method of connecting to your Slice. However, there is much more to SSH than administering your Slice.
The following articles take you through many aspects of SSH.
Checking a server’s SSH host fingerprint with the web console: Before you dismiss that error message about your server’s SSH host key changing, follow this simple procedure to make sure all is as it should be.
SSH - Socks Proxy: We can use SSH to encrypt all traffic from our local workstation. This ensures our privacy is ensured when sending email or browsing the internet.
Installing and configuring fail2ban:Lets look at installing and configuring fail2ban which can help in securing our Slice from multiple login attempts.
Log into your Slice with PuTTY: Logging into your Slice from Windows is very common. One option is to use PuTTY to create a secure connection.
Using PuTTYgen to generate SSH keys: Using PuTTY to securely log into your Slice from Windows is great. What is even better is using SSH keys as well.
Securely transfer files with WinSCP: In this article we look at using WinSCP to securely transfer files from our Windows workstation to our Slice.
Automate file transfers with WinSCP: Now we know how to transfer files from our Windows workstation to our Slice, let's see how we can automate the process.
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