Transferring finished XML files to Austin with SSH
"SSH" stands for "secure shell" and is an encrypted way of communicating with remote servers versus the telnet and FTP approaches that have been around for years. For TARO repositories, this change necessitates the use of different software in order to transfer files to the TARO production server. The software is free and these pages explain how to use it.
The University of Texas Libraries have migrated all their server communications to this more secure form. The end result is a set of servers less prone to attack, thereby indirectly supporting uninterrupted and uncompromised access to the repositories' data.
Installing SSH for the First Time.
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