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SSH Introduces SSH Secure Shell for Windows Servers

SSH Communications Security (SSH) today announced SSH Secure Shell for Windows Servers. The new product, based on SSH’s Secure Shell version 2, provides secure terminal connections and file transfers for organizations using servers based on Windows NT and 2000.

Secure Shell encrypts all passwords and data transmitted over the Internet, protecting users and servers against hackers stealing passwords. Secure Shell for Windows Servers provides industry standard encryption, including 3DES, Twofish, Blowfish, Arcfour, and CAST128, and hash algorithms MD5 and SHA1. Other features include unrestricted number of concurrent connections; full configuration of encryption and hash algorithms; advanced host and user-based control for setting access limitations; Windows NT event log support for troubleshooting; and remote editing of server configuration file.

Contact SSH, (650) 251-2721, www.ssh.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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