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SSH

Securing the Client

By default, the configuration of Tectia client tools for z/OS is aimed toward usability. If you want to have a minimal, high-security configuration, you have to disable some functionality.

Connecting to servers whose administrator you do not trust and who may be malicious is a significant security risk. Avoid it. However, there are a few ways to reduce the risk.


 

 
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