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-name="BASIC-NETWORK-COMMANDS-SSH">13.6 The Secure shell</a></h1>
-<p>Today, secure shell basks in the adoration that <tt class="COMMAND">telnet</tt> once
-enjoyed. <tt class="COMMAND">ssh</tt>(1) allows one to make a connection to a remote
-machine and execute programs as if one were physically present; however, <tt
-class="COMMAND">ssh</tt> encrypts all the data travelling between the two computers so
-even if others intercept the conversation, they are unable to understand it. A typical
-secure shell connection follows.</p>
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-<samp class="PROMPT">%</samp> <kbd
-class="USERINPUT">ssh -l alan</kbd>
-The authenticity of host ' (' can't be
-RSA key fingerprint is 0b:e2:5d:43:4c:39:4f:8c:b9:85:db:b2:fa:25:e9:9d.
-Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
-Warning: Permanently added '' (RSA) to the list of
-known hosts.
-Password: <kbd class="USERINPUT">password</kbd>
-Last login: Sat Nov 6 16:32:19 2004 from
-Linux 2.4.26-smp.
-alan@carrier:~$ <kbd class="USERINPUT">ls -l MANIFEST</kbd>
--rw-r--r-- 1 alan users 23545276 2004-10-28 20:04 MANIFEST
-alan@carrier:~$ <kbd class="USERINPUT">exit</kbd>
-Connection to closed.
-<p>There you see me making an ssh connection to <tt
-class="HOSTID"></tt>, and checking the permissions on the <tt
-class="FILENAME">MANIFEST</tt> file.</p>
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