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What is SSH?

Secure Shell (SSH) is a network protocol used for secure data communication, remote shells and command execution. You may already be familiar with using the ssh command on Unix-type systems. SSH is also the foundation for the Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) which is used to transfer files securely.

Why use SSH?

If your solution needs to communicate securely with another host, then SSH provides mutual authentication and a secure environment to execute commands, transfer files via SFTP/SCP or connect to other TCP based services on either side of the connection.

Why use our Products?

Our customers are building secure, reliable, communication solutions and want SSH APIs that are stable, fully supported and kept up-to-date with the latest specifications and security assessments. We generally release maintenance updates monthly to ensure our customers are at the cutting edge of secure communications.

Who uses our Products?

Our clients stem from all walks of industry and include many Blue Chip companies, defense contractors and other high-technology vendors specializing in VPN software, Internet hardware, and Internet communications. Over half of the top 10 Managed File Transfer solutions available on the market utilize our APIs for secure data transfer.

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Desktop SSH Agent

A cross-platform solution for managing SSH keys and for making SSH Public Key authentication more secure and productive. Increase SSH key security by authenticating with SSH keys stored securely on your mobile device.

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Java SSH APIs

We have been developing and supporting Java SSH solutions for over 15 years and provide fully supported SSH APIs for Java software developers, released on a regular maintenance schedule and kept up-to-date with the latest security specifications.

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Virtual SFTP Server

Combine on-premise and cloud-based storage systems under a single virtual file system with granular access permissions. Access files over the Web or via SFTP/SCP. With support for Amazon S3, Google Compute Storage, Azure Containers, Windows Shares and more.