wodSSH is windowless (SSH client and Telnet client) component that provides support for communication with remote console-type services. The SSH transport layer is a secure, low level transport protocol which provides strong encryption, cryptographic host authentication and integrity protection. Most commonly wodSSH will be used for Telnet based servers (running on UNIX OS), but wodSSH does even more: it allows you to carry out encrypted (and therefore secured) communication with SSH1 and SSH2 (secure-shell) servers, as well as any other non-encrypted server (such as SMTP or POP3).
What's new in this version: Version 2.9.9 fix for accepting newer FIPS libraries.
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