How to use Putty remote (SSH) managed Linux VPS

Putty is a free, Windows 32 platforms under the Telnet, rlogin, and SSH clients, but in no way inferior to commercial tool like Telnet. Use it to remotely manage Linux VPS is very easy to use, its main advantages are as follows:
Completely free;
Running under the Windows were very good;
Full support for both SSH1 and SSH2;
Green software, no installation needed, build a shortcut on the desktop after download you can use;
Size is very small;
Simple operation, all operations are implemented in a control panel.
PuTTY download address: http://soft.vpser.NET/manage/PuTTY/
Downloaded, extracted, can be used.
Here is remotely log on Linux VPS using PuTTY (SSH) manages picture tutorial:
Oh, and for a long time not updated, update VPSer some basics beginners.
What is SSH?
Short for SSH Secure Shell from the IETF network working group (Network Working Group) formulation of SSH is founded on the application layer, transport layer security protocol.
Traditional network service programs, such as FTP, Telnet and POP are inherently insecure; because they are transmitted in clear text over the network data, user ID and user password is vulnerable to an intermediary (man-in-the-middle) attackstyle attack. Is there another person or server receives a machine pretending to be real user data to the server, and then impersonate the user sends the data to a real server.
SSH is more secure, provide security for Telnet sessions, and other network services agreement. Using the SSH protocol can prevent remote management on information disclosure in the process. Through SSH to encrypt all data transmitted, can also prevent IP spoofing and DNS spoofing.
Another advantages of SSH for the transmission of the data is compressed, so you can accelerate the speed of transmission. SSH has a lot of features, it can replace both Telnet, can also provide FTP, POP and even for the PPP to provide a secure channels.

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