Secure Shell, or SSH, is a network protocol that allows data to be exchanged over a secure channel. SSH is much more than just data being passed over the wire. SSH can be used to tunnel traffic and specific ports or applications across multiple servers. SSH is a must for anyone using Linux. If you haven't used SSH, then you have not used Linux!
This session is designed for all technical staff or decision makers curious about great Linux tools and making access to Windows services, remote desktops and remote servers easier and less complicated. During this session, we will demonstrate techniques to tunnel RDP sessions, SOAP sessions and HTTP sessions between remote systems.
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