If you want to work in IT or software development, you need to know your way around SSH. More than just a tool, SSH, or Secure Shell, allows you to make a secure connection to a command-line shell on a remote operating system. The foundation for many other technologies, SSH also allows you to transfer files with ease between different systems. In this course, instructor Scott Simpson shows you the fundamentals of SSH.
Learn how to configure an SSH server and configure and use an SSH client. Find out how to manage cryptographic keys as both a user and an administrator. Explore more about the practical uses of SSH, including tunnels, file transfer, and port forwarding, as well as a handful of other tools to utilize and extend SSH. By the end of this course, you’ll also have a better idea about common troubleshooting steps and basic hardening techniques to keep your server secure.