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Benefit of SSH Tunneling
SSH Port Forwarding, often known as SSH Tunneling, is a fantastic feature that allows you to establish a secure SSH session and then tunnel arbitrary TCP connections over it.
What is an SSH tunnel?
SSH tunneling is a technique for sending arbitrary network data across an encrypted SSH connection. It can be used to make legacy programs more secure. It can also be used to set up VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) and connect to intranet services from outside the firewall.
SSH tunneling is used by who?
The bad thing is that port forwarding can be turned on by anyone who can log into a server. Internal IT people often use this to log in to their home computers or servers in the cloud by forwarding a port from the server back into the enterprise intranet to their work computer or another server.
SSH tunneling for enterprises
Many corporate environments that use mainframe systems as application backends use SSH tunnels a lot. In these kinds of environments, the applications themselves may not have much security built in.
As was already said, SSH Tunnel stops data from being changed. Because of this, Man-in-the-Middle attacks might not happen.
SSH Tunnel and VPN Tunnel
SSH/VPN technology uses a work system by encrypting all of the data that goes through a public network that controls data.