SSH (Secure Shell) is a program that allows users to connect to a remote computer securely. It uses various encryption methods to ensure that data is not intercepted while in transit. Programmers and system administrators commonly use SSH to access remote computers, but it can also be used for general computing tasks such as transferring files or accessing applications. SSH is typically used on Linux systems but is also available for Windows and macOS. Users need to generate a public/private key pair to use SSH. The private key is stored on the user’s local computer, while the public key is uploaded to the remote server. When the user attempts to connect to the server, the server checks the user’s public key against the list of authorized keys. The user is granted access to the server if there is a match.

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Having started his career in 1999 as a Desktop Support Engineer, Anto soon changed paths and became a developer. After several years of development experience, he transitioned into a consultant. As an enterprise application consultant for a leading SaaS software provider, Anto specializes in AWS's serverless technologies. By day, Anto focuses on helping customers leverage the power of serverless technologies. By night, he indulges his passion for cloud computing by playing with Python and trying out things that are currently beyond the scope of his work. Sometimes Anto needs help as there are not enough hours at night. So Anto relies on a team of fellow Cloud enthusiasts to help him out. Each one is a Cloud expert in their own right, and Anto takes great pride in helping them learn and grow.

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