Udemy - Almost Everything About Secure Shell
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Learn almost everything you need in your remote Linux administration work using the secure shell
Secure Shell or the S-S-H (The pronunciation) is a network protocol to exchange data in a secure way between two computers, the main purpose of SSH is to administrate and execute commands on a remote computer, SSH is used by other protocols such as Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) and Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) to transfer and manage files between two computers.
As you see from the above short description , The SSH is a must known skill that all Linux Administrator should know.
In this course "Muhammed Torkey" explains
- What is Secure Shell?
- How does Secure Shell work?
- How to Install & Configure Secure Shell?
- Using Secure Shell for remote connection
- Copy and Transfer files using Secure Shell
- Use Secure Shell with other services such as the Screen utility , X11 and Virtial Network Computing
- Secure the Secure Shell to Secure your Environment
after finishing this course, you will be able to do everything you need to administrate Linux using Secure Shell.
What are the requirements?
Install VirtualBox or any Virtualization software
Install two CentOS virtual machines
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 34 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
Installing and Configuring Secure Shell
Using Secure Shell for remote connection
Copy file using secure shell
Transfer files using secure shell
Harden and Secure the Secure Shell
Using Screen for multiple SSH sessions
Run Linux applications on Windows OS
What is the target audience?
This Course for newbies who are familiar with Linux essentials
The Almost Everything About Secure Shell Course for the intermediate Linux users who want move their skills to the next level
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