If you're looking for the official release of SSH, it is listed below.
The central site for distributing ssh is at SSH Communication Security. The application is available at http://www.ssh.com/products/ssh/.
Official releases of SSH1 are PGP-signed, with the following key ID:
|DCB9AE01||1024||1995/04/24||Ssh distribution key <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Key fingerprint = C8 90 C8 5A 08 F0 F5 FD 61 AF E6 FF CF D4 29 D9|
Official releases of SSH2 are PGP-signed, with the following key ID:
|pub||2048/AFCA7459||1998/07/11||Ssh 2 Distribution Key |
Ssh is also available via anonymous ftp from the following sites:
Here is a list of other implementations SSH clients and servers. The
official distribution from SSH
Communications Security is not included with these downloads.
Niels M÷ller is developing a GPL'd C implementation of the ssh version 2 protocol. Pick up the latest release at http://www.lysator.liu.se/~nisse/archive/.
Most recently, OpenBSD has also created a free SSH implementation of SSH1. You can find it at
http://www.openbsd.org/crypto.html#ssh. You can get the Linux port at
http://violet.ibs.com.au/openssh/.They say that after someone installs OpenBSD, they immediately install SSH afterward. Very cool.
There are a couple of different Java implementations of SSH.
NiftyTelnet 1.1 SSH is Jonas Wallden's implementation of SSH1 for Macintosh. It is available at http://www.lysator.liu.se/~jonasw/freeware.html.
There is David Jones' OpenVMS SSH1 server available at http://www.er6.eng.ohio-state.edu/~jonesd/ssh/.
The OpenVMS SSH1 client is done by Christer Weinigel and Richard Levitte and is available at http://www.free.lp.se/fish/.
The ISAAC group released a version of the SSH1 client for the Palm Pilot, Top Gun ssh 1.2. It's available at http://www.isaac.cs.berkeley.edu/pilot/.
Mov Software has released a port of SSH1 to WindowsCE called sshCE. You can register for beta testing at
The current BeOS R4 port of SSH1 for Intel and PowerPC platforms is available through Be directly at
The most current port of the SSH1 client to OS/2 is available at
which runs on OS/2 Warp 3+.
There are three current commercial releases of SSH. They are distributed by SSH Communication Security, F-Secure (formally Datafellows), and Van Dyke Software.
SSH Secure Shell is available from http://www.ssh.com/products/ssh. There are clients availabl for Windows and UNIX, and server available for UNIX as well. Please contact SSH Communications Security directly for more information.
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