Implementing SSH on Devices: A guide for developers, with an introduction to Mocana’s NanoSSH™ embedded client and server

One of the more ubiquitous , (SSH) is a software approach to . SSH enables secure logins and command execution over unsecured networks and between untrusted hosts.

So why would any device maker or application developer not include SSH in their product? There are several common misconceptions related to non-PCs, performance issues, expense, and difficulty. All of these are myths, especially when you have ™ to work with: works where others won't, platform independent, no crypto experience required, less expensive than OpenSSH, rigorously tested and interoperable.

When you download this white paper, will offer you a free trial of the NanoSSH software for your evaluation.