SSH, which is short for Secure Shell, is a network protocol used to connect to Linux and Unix servers over a network.
Unlike Mac, Linux, and Unix, Windows does not include a native SSH client. If you plan on connecting to a Linux server from a Windows workstation, you’ll need to choose an SSH client.
This cheat sheet provides a list of SSH clients divided into three groups:
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