SSH stands for Secure Shell. It’s a cryptographic network protocol that is most used to connect to another computer on a network securely.
In this video, we will see how to set it up, step by step, starting with the basics, then adding a bit of comfort.
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0:35 Enable SSH on Raspberry Pi
2:02 Connect to your Raspberry Pi
4:15 Stop using passwords
5:56 SSH Configuration
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