Using SCP to Copy and Securely Transfer Files and Folders
SCP stands for Secure Copy Protocol. It is a tool that can be used to transfer files from a local host to a remote host, from a remote host to a local host, or between two remote hosts. In this article, we'll examine how to use SCP to copy between...
How to fix: "WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED" on Mac and Linux
SSH, or Secure Shell, is a very common way to securely access remote machines, typically via the command line. It aims at ensuring that your connection, and therefore all data passed, is free from eavesdropping. Because of this, there are quite a few checks built-in to the popular SSH clients,...
How to Fix "WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE!" on Mac and Linux
When connecting to a server, you'll usually need some kind of authentication to log in, whether it be a username/password or key file. Usernames and passwords are pretty straight-forward, but things can get a bit more confusing when it comes to using private keys. Not only do you need...
How to Tunnel HTTP with SSH
Tunneling your traffic is the process of sending data, like HTTP, over a different protocol. In this case, we'll show you how to send your browser traffic over the SSH protocol. So why would you ever want to do this? By tunneling your traffic, you're basically using the destination computer/...