Putty is one of the most used tools for remote management of Linux servers spread over the Internet and data centers around the world. This small and simple application guarantees secure and encrypted communications between clients and servers, allowing remote and efficient management.
If you don’t want to install anything and want an external, web-based client, you can always try Sshwifty.
Those who use Linux systems, such as Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, among others, know that it is very easy to remotely access another machine. One of the best known and most used protocols is SSH. This protocol is extremely versatile and can be installed and configured quickly.
There are several SSH client, but today we introduce one that is web-based, Sshwifty.
With Sshwifty you can create Telnet or SSH connections to a specific target machine. To do so, just enter the IP address, user and then indicate the authentication mode.
If all data is properly correct, you should have access to the remote system. Another interesting tool of the Sshwifty platform is the availability of a bandwidth analyzer.
If you need an SSH client, external to your network structure, try Sshwifty. This platform is free and, as we have seen, very simple to use.