Learning Git: What is SSH?

Learning Git: What is SSH?

Git tutorial video

It’s time for another video in our Learning Git with GitKraken series. In this video, we’ll cover SSH.

We’ll start by answering the question: what is SSH? SSH—also known as Secure Shell—is a network protocol that allows one computer to connect to another computer over an unsecure network, like the internet.

Sounds simple, right? Well, it get’s a little more complicated once you get into the details of SSH clients, SSH servers, and public and private keys. That’s why we put together this video to show you what SSH is, how it works, and what role GitKraken plays with SSH.

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