Thanks to Jon Gilbert, email@example.com, for most of this information.
You can access a java application for ssh called
SSH has been ported to almost all the available operating systems and
platforms, so chances are your computer can use it.
- PuTTY: an SSH1-only implementation. "PuTTY is a free
implementation of Telnet and SSH for Win32 platforms, written and
maintained by Simon Tatham, who lives in Great Britain."
- PSCP is an scp-style program, also for Windows. You can get it
with the main PuTTY distribution.
- TTSSH: an SSH1-only implementation. Developed in Australia (and
my personal choice when dealing with Windows platforms -Ed.).
Additional SSH Information
Check out the SSH
FAQ. There's much much more answered than you could
hope for in this document.
OpenSSH.com is a good starting point if
you're looking for the UNIX client, some background on SSH, or pointers
to goofy looking posters.
SSH Communications Security Ltd is
a company founded on the principles of SSH. Their only drawback is that
they charge an exobitant fee for their software. But it's a nice site.