I need help in Msdos SSH command

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Hi.  I'm new to SSH and I would like to have complete control of my system and applications.  Is there an msdos SSH command for what I want?  I'm on Windows XP 64 bit Sp 2.  Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.  Thanks.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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I need help in Msdos SSH command

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Hi!

I recommend PuTTy, it is a Telnet and SSH client. You need to download it and I think its a freeware.

I do hope my comment would help.

Regards!

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Answered By 565895 points N/A #172930

I need help in Msdos SSH command

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SSH refers to Secure Shell. It is a cryptographic network protocol intended for protected data communication, remote command execution, remote or distant command-line login, and other secure network services among 2 networked computers that are connected through a protected channel across a vulnerable network, a client, and a server that are also running SSH server and SSH client programs.

Since you are looking for an SSH tool that can be used in a DOS command line, SSHDOS will be a good candidate. It is an open source SSH, SFTP, SCP, and telnet client for DOS environment. To use it, of course, you need to be well-rounded in different DOS commands because you will surely encounter problems navigating within DOS environment in case you are only a beginner.

To download SSHDOS, click SSHDOS Sockets Latest Version or visit SSHDOS Download Page for other files. For other information that may be handy to you, please visit SSHDOS Open-Source Client for DOS.

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