OpenSSH is a free version of the SSH connectivity tools that technical users of the Internet depend on. Without realizing it, some users of telnet, rlogin, and ftp may not realize that their password is transmitted across the Internet unencrypted. OpenSSH encrypts all traffic, including passwords, to effectively eliminate eavesdropping, connection hijacking, and other attacks. OpenSSH f-secure works with SafeNet Trusted Access to provide users with an additional layer of security when accessing a network.OpenSSH, a free version of the SSH connectivity tools, encrypts traffic, including passwords, that is transmitted across the Internet. As an extra measure of security, OpenSSH works with SafeNet Trusted Access to provide users with a secure means of accessing networks.
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OpenSSH f-secure is a free version of the SSH connectivity tools that technical users of the Internet use to protect traffic, including sensitive passwords, traveling over the Internet. F-secure can effectively eliminate eavesdropping, connection hijacking, and other attacks. OpenSSH also provides secure tunneling capabilities. SafeNet Authentication Service provides users with a network access solution. Therefore, SafeNet Trusted Access provides the perfect match for OpenSSH tunneling’s need for additional security through strong authentication, and augments the existing network log on mechanism by requiring a secure dynamic, one-time password.
Building on Thales’s award winning authentication service, SafeNet Trusted Access combines authentication and access management in a fully integrated cloud service. Our service lets you transform your business and operate securely in the cloud by preventing data breaches, simplifying access for users, and enabling compliance.
Our customers include over 25,000 organizations and 30 million users worldwide across all industries. Partnering with Thales for the long term, they trust our innovative access management and authentication services to help them securely adopt new ways of doing business on mobile, and in the cloud.
SafeNet Authentication Service (SAS) is now SafeNet Trusted Access (STA).
For STA SAML integrations, please refer to STA Application Catalog. For STA RADIUS integrations, please refer to STA RADIUS Integration guides page on Thales Customer Portal.