SSH Server - a server that allows remote access to the computer on which it is installed. 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. SSH Server users can run the program on a remote host computer, send commands via Telnet, connect to the server using any standard SSH clients (OpenSSH, PUTTY, F-Secure, etc.). With this program you can remotely manage corporate servers (web servers, mail servers, database servers, etc.) and allocate server resources between multiple users (for example, instead of running an application on a local computer, you, like other authorized users, can run it on a remote server).
In addition, SSH Server allows you to edit files remotely, run scripts on the server and transfer files from the local network to the Internet and back. In its work, the server uses SSH2 standards and allows you to use many cryptographic algorithms (Blowfish, RC4, IDEA, etc.). The administrator of a server has possibility to limit access to it on names of hosts and IP addresses, to operate access of users to folders and files on a server, and also to operate services started on it and active user sessions.
- remote computer control;
- allocation of server resources among users;
- a high level of security;
- full control over access to server resources.