A security analyst needs to logon to the console to perform maintenance on a remote server. Which of the
following protocols would provide secure access?
Secure Shell (SSH) is a tunneling protocol originally used on Unix systems. It’s now available for both Unix and
Windows environments. SSH is primarily intended for interactive terminal sessions.
SSH is used to establish a command-line, text-only interface connection with a server, router, switch, or similar
device over any distance.