Windows SSH clients

Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol that provides a secure channel between an SSH client application and an SSH server over an unsecured network. The most common application is remote command-line login and remote command execution.
This post is based on research performed in 2014.

SSH Clients

An SSH client is typically an interactive terminal interface for logging into and interacting with remote systems over a channel encrypted using SSH.

Connection Managers

 A connection manager is used to provide a consistent environment for organizing ssh credentials and remote connections, and provides a multi-session interface using multiple windows or a tabbed interface.

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