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SSH Mastery: OpenSSH, PuTTY, Tunnels and Keys [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Michael W Lucas
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17. Februar 2012
Secure Shell (SSH) lets systems administrators securely manage remote systems. But most people only use the bare minimum SSH offers. Used properly, SSH simplifies your job. This book saves you from sifting a decade of obsolete online tutorials and quickly gets you running:SSH with the OpenSSH server and the PuTTY and OpenSSH clients. You will: Eliminate passwords. Manage access to your SSH server by users, groups, addresses, and more Securely move files around your network Forward graphic displays from one host to another Forward TCP connections Centrally manage host keys and client configurations Use SSH as a secure transport for other applications Secure applications run over SSH Build Virtual Private Networks with OpenSSH And more! This book simplifies the work of anyone using SSH. Small enough to read and implement quickly, exhaustive enough to include everything most of us need plus a little more. Master SSH with SSH Mastery.

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  • Taschenbuch: 150 Seiten
  • Verlag: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (17. Februar 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1470069717
  • ISBN-13: 978-1470069711
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 22,9 x 15,2 x 0,8 cm
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Was man über SSH wissen sollte 4. Februar 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Denken Sie, Sie wissen viel über SSH? Ich dachte es bevor ich den technischen Review für Michael machte (ich bekomme keine Geld dafür, aber trotzdem sollten Sie in der folgenden Rezension im Hinterkopf behalten, dass ich beim schreiben des Buches involviert war).

Ich benutzte bereits Zugriffsrestriktionen vor dem Review, aber jetzt kann ich diese weiter anhand von Bedingungen einschränken. Ich benutzte bereits SSH Tunnel für verschiedene Sachen, aber ich habe ein paar interessante VPN techniken gelernt. Multiple SSH-Schlüssel hatte ich auch schon vorher benutzt, aber Michael zeigt einige interessante Wege auf diese über verschiedene Maschinen hinweg zu handhaben. Ich hoffe, dass mein technisches Review für Michael genauso nützlich war, wie es das für mich war.

Das Buch endet mit "You now know more about SSH, OpenSSH and Putty than the vast major­ity of IT pro­fes­sion­als! Con­grat­u­la­tions", und das stimmt. Und das alles in seinem Schreibstil bei dem man mit einem Problem ankommt, etwas darüber liest, und dann das Buch mit einer Lösung wieder verlässt (und dabei auch noch durch seinen Humor gut unterhalten wird).

I kenne viele Leute die täglich mit SSH arbeiten, und die kennen nur einen kleinen Teil von SSH der in dem Buch präsentiert wird. Meiner Meinung nach muss jeder System/Datenbank/Wasauchimmer Administrator und auch jeder "normale" Benutzer von SSH/PuTTY dieses Buch mindestens einmal teilweise angeschaut haben.

Egal ob man sich für einen SSH-Profi oder einen Anfänger hällt, das Buch hat für jeden etwas zu bieten.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Zeitsparer 17. Juni 2012
Von Dante
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Es ist möglich, die MAN Pages zu lesen, im Internet nachzuschlagen oder einfach auszuprobieren. Aber wenn es schnell gehen soll: Einfach in dieses Buch gucken und schon findet man eine Lösung für die speziellen kleinen Herausforderungen des Alltags im Netzwerk.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen If you're looking for a general reference on SSH, this is the book you want. 7. März 2012
Von Marty Busse - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Michael Lucas (author of "Network Flow Analysis," "Absolute FreeBSD," "Cisco Routers for the Desperate," "Absolute OpenBSD," and "PGP and GPG") is as well known to people who do system administration and networking as he is unknown to the general public. Those of us who know of him have come to expect that anything he writes will be top notch.

"SSH Mastery" meets those expectations. If you've worked with Unix or any of its variants for any length of time, you've probably gotten to know SSH pretty well. If you're just starting out with Unix, you are going to get to know SSH. Even though the book is geared towards newbies, there is something in this book for just about anyone who might be interested in it. Lucas goes over pretty much everything most people will want to know about SSH. A lot of what he writes about can be found scattered in other places, but his explanations are concise and clear, which isn't always true of the other references, and it's gathered in one place instead of being dispersed around the Web. If you're looking for a general reference on SSH, this is the book you want.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Going from conversant to master requires a bit of mentoring. 23. Januar 2012
Von Sean Cody - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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SSH is every where. It is used as the 'modern day telnet.' Many systems administrators all over as well as developers, operational folks and 'techies' of all varieties use SSH and barely touch the surface of what the tool can do.

OpenSSH is the most common implementation of the SSH protocol and is used in everything from routers, appliances through to workstations. Being a small component in Apple's iOS, there are literally millions upon millions of installations.

Michael's book is a great introduction to the topic. He moves on to expand on the tool's use as well as helps the reader develop the more secure authentication patterns all while helping expose the many features of OpenSSH buried in the man pages.

His consistent and easy to follow examples aligned with his humour makes this an easy read. The content doesn't beat the topic to death but definitely gives it enough bruises to get the reader comfortable enough to explore more on their own.

I've found myself writing and teaching SSH tips every place I go so now I have a book I can send people to and save some of that precious time. While there isn't a print copy available at this first release, it is coming and is priced very well to make it affordable (I some times spend more on coffee in a day).

I highly recommend this title to anyone who wishes to not only understand SSH as a tool but also learn how to use it more effectively and securely. May no administrator use simple text authentication ever again.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great read for beginners or experts 21. Januar 2012
Von Robert Pratt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I first encountered Michael Lucas from his books 'Absolute FreeBSD' and 'Absolute OpenBSD' . Both of those books set the bar high, and he certainly hit it again with this book. There is nothing in this book that you couldn't find elsewhere online, but this is the only place to get all the tips and tricks in one location, with a dash of humor added to the mix. You'll go away feeling not only educated, but entertained. If you care about your network, your network's security, and doing things 'the right way', you owe it to yourself to purchase this book. I'm probably not going to read it through again, but I know I'll be flipping through it quite often to get the most out of the tips offered.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen SSH Mastery: A Very Welcome Addition to Any Unix User's Bookshelf 22. Januar 2012
Von PETER N. M. HANSTEEN - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
The first paragraph of this book's afterword reads:

"You now know more about SSH, OpenSSH and Putty than the vast majority of IT professionals! Congratulations".

That claim will be true for any reader of SSH Mastery who has read the book up to that point and has incorporated at least some of the elements of the configurations it describes into their own environments.

"But why a book dedicated to a single command?", you might ask. Almost all Unixes and Unix-likes have incorporated OpenSSH, the free SSH that is developed as part of the OpenBSD project, and OpenSSH comes comes with excellent documentation in the form of several extensive man pages.

Well, that question in itself justifies this title's existence (there are in fact several programs in the OpenSSH suite), and readers familiar with Michael Lucas' work will appreciate hearing that his latest work is task-oriented and well written, covering anything from the basic secure shell access through to the peculiarities of setting up a virtual private network (VPN) using OpenSSH. An enterprising reader would be able to find all the information in this book or close equivalents using the OpenSSH man pages or other online sources, but this book provides a very consise guide to both the basics and some rather advanced concepts and provides you with the vocabulary and understanding that you will need in order to successfully navigate the man pages.

This book has several highlights, such as the very sensible and useful discussion of key based authentication and how to set things up for a passwordless existence, a number of suggestions on how to distribute and maintain both host keys and user keys as well as very readable, and very readable and useful introductions to various kinds of tunneling, forwarding and proxying available using the OpenSSH tools. In particular I enjoyed reading the description of SSH-based virtual private networks (VPNs) in Chapter 13. This is one of the most clearly written and useful treatments I've seen of that subject, and for many readers this chapter alone will be worth the price of the book or even considerably more.

The book very sensibly covers OpenSSH on OpenBSD, FreeBSD and Ubuntu Linux, and users who are compelled to use Microsoft Windows desktops will be pleased to hear that configuration and use information for Putty, the most popular and free SSH client for their environment, is included too everywhere it's relevant to the task at hand.

Before Michael W. Lucas' new title was released in January 2012, the most recent widely available book about the Secure Shell protocol (SSH) and applications that support it was an O'Reilly title dated 2005. So even with high quality documentation available via the manual pages, it was time for a new title on the subject.

This title conveniently grew out of one of Michael W. Lucas' other technical writing projects, the second edition of Absolute OpenBSD. The SSH chapter of that manuscript simply kept growing until it made sense to branch the text off to a separate book. This probably means that the treatment of SSH in the upcoming OpenBSD title will be slimmer again, but separating out the OpenSSH parts as a separate book with information for several different environments added makes sense because it makes high-quality information about important tools available to a larger audience.

I am convinced SSH Mastery is a title that Unix users and system administrators like myself will want to keep within reach on their Kindles or other ebook readers for a quick and convenient refresh of important concepts. If you're a student or learning your Unix skills, you will certainly find this to be a very handy guide that helps you grasp both the basics of SSH and several advanced concepts that are hard to find well described elsewhere.

The ebook is available in several formats via Amazon and other ebook outlets, a printed version is planned but was not yet available at the time of writing (January 22, 2012).

Title: SSH Mastery: OpenSSH, PuTTY, Tunnels and Keys
Author: Michael W. Lucas
Publisher: Tilted Windmill Press (January 18, 2012)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The master writes again 5. März 2012
Von Richard Bejtlich - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
This is not an unbiased review. Michael W. Lucas cites my praise for two of his previous books, and mentions one of my books in his text. I've also stated many times that MWL is my favorite technical author. With that in mind, I am pleased to say that SSH Mastery is another must-have, must-read for anyone working in IT. I imagine that most of us use OpenSSH and/or PuTTY every day, but I am sure each of us will learn something about these tools and the SSH protocol after reading SSH Mastery.

In this short review I'd like to cite a few concepts that MWL helped me better understand. These included: 1) hashing host keys added to known_hosts; 2) forwarding authentication requests to your workstation when connecting from server to server; 3) the variety of port forwarding options and how to configure each in OpenSSH and PuTTY; 4) differences between SSH and TCP keepalives; and 5) key management, especially following a compromise.

For those of you interested in the Kindle version, I bought that edition from Amazon.com and was able to easily read it on my Kindle Touch. As a courtesy MWL mailed me a printed copy of the book, and the presentation is great.

At the very least, SSH Mastery is the sort of book that every new OpenSSH or PuTTY user should receive before using the programs. I look forward to MWL's next books!
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