How OpenSSH is different from Codinn SSH

OpenSSH (OpenBSD Secure Shell) is a set of client / server programs providing encrypted communication sessions over a computer network using the SSH protocol.

OpenSSH is developed as part of the security conscious OpenBSD project, which is led by Theo de Raadt.

OpenSSH is the most widely deployed SSH server in the world, with roughly 97 percent market share, and is generally considered the standard SSH server.

Codinn SSH Suite is a suite of graphical applications for helping people use underlying SSH protocol in an intuitive and efficient way.

Codinn SSH Suite delivers significant advantages over OpenSSH command line client tools:

  • Seamless keychain integration (support both password and publickey auth methods)
  • Automation: start on system startup; establish connections automatically; retry once connections broke
  • A more easy and intuitive way to configure connections
  • ...

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