An Overview of SSH
SSH (Secure Shell) is secure means, mainly used on Linux and other UNIX-like systems, to access remote systems, designed as a replacement for a variety of insecure protocols (e.g., telnet, rlogin etc). This presentation will cover the core useage of the protocol, its development (SSH-1 and SSH-2), the architecture (client-server, public key authentication), installation and implementation, and some handy elaborations and enhancements, and real and imagined vulnerabilities.
Plenty of examples will be provided throughout along with the opportunity to test the protocol.
An Overview of SSH. Presentation to Linux Users of Victoria, August 26, 2017