Secure Shell (SSH)
SSH is a protocol that allows for secure remote login over an otherwise insecure network. SSH was designed as an encrypted replacement for the Telnet protocol.
SSH works by creating an encrypted connection between an SSH client on the local computer and an SSH server on the remote computer. The most common use is to administer the remote server securely.
HyperTerminal Private Edition is an SSH Windows client. It can connect to an SSH server and can be used to send commands and transfer information to and from the server.
HyperACCESS is also an SSH client for Windows. In addition to serving as a basic SSH client HyperACCESS has a powerful scripting API that can be used to automate SSH with scripting. This combination creates a very powerful tool for systems administrators. Please see our API Manual for more information about scripting (Sample scripts coming soon).
Both programs are compatible with the latest versions of Windows including Windows 7 and Vista.