There are a number of protocol options available for network administrators and IT professionals who must connect to remote machines across a public network. However, in order to ensure the privacy of data, including usernames and passwords, these connections must be made using a secure protocol.
SecureCRT® supports Secure Shell (SSH1 and SSH2), providing a high level of security through strong encryption of data sent across the network.
SSH Encryption Negotiation
The cipher used to encrypt the data is negotiated when the connection is being established. Using SecureCRT's Session Options dialog, you may select from a number of ciphers supported by Secure Shell:
SecureCRT has an Enable FIPS mode option that allows you to restrict possible encryption ciphers to those in FIPS 140-2-approved cryptographic libraries.
Secure Shell provides strong encryption to ensure data privacy across a public network. SecureCRT supports SSH1 and SSH2, giving network administrators the ability to securely access remote machines across the Internet without compromising sensitive information while maximizing server compatibility.
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