SSH is a cryptographic network protocol used for secure access and file transfers. Several tools aid in its usage, offering various features. Key ones include OpenSSH for Unix-based systems, PuTTY and Bitvise SSH Client for Windows platforms, and MobaXterm as a comprehensive Windows terminal. Each tool caters to different user requirements and operating systems.
Network tools are applications designed for management, analysis, monitoring, and troubleshooting of computer networks. Utilized by IT professionals, tools like Nagios, Zabbix, and PRTG support network monitoring and performance optimization. Wireshark, Tcpdump, and Ethereal allow packet analysis while Nmap, Angry IP Scanner, and Advanced IP Scanner provide scanning and discovery tools. Others such as Cacti, SolarWinds, and MRTG monitor bandwidth. PuTTY, OpenSSH, and Cisco Packet Tracer aid in network management. Tools like Snort, Suricata, and Nessus ensure network security, alongside other troubleshooting, DNS, firewall, and remote desktop tools.