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<h2>Securing Windows NT/2000 Servers for the Internet</h2>
<h3>Precomplied Versions of Software Described in this Book</h3>
<b>OpenSSH v2.1</b>. The Secure Shell (SSH) is a suite of programs that allows a user to log on to, or execute commands on, another computer over the network. SSH also lets you copy files to and from a remote host. This is all done is a secure manner -- hence the name Secure Shell. Here are the 
<a href="">OpenSSH v2.1 binaries</a> (with TCP Wrapper support) and the necessary Cygwin tools.
<b>NTP-4.0.99g</b>. The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of computers with a reference time source. Here are the 
<a href="">NTP-4.0.99g binaries</a>.

<h3>More Tools and Source Code</h3>
<b>Virtual Network Computing (VNC)</b> binaries and source code can be downloaded from rhe <a href="">VNC web site</a>.
<b>NTSyslog</b> is an Event Log to Syslog agent. It can be downloaded from the <a href="">Sabernet web site</a>.
<b>OpenSSH</b>. You will need the following tools if you want to download a newer version of OpenSSH and compile it yourself.
<li><a href="">Cygwin</a>
<li><a href="">Perl for Cygwin</a>
<li><a href="">TCP Wrappers</a> and a Cygwin <a href="tcp_wrappers_7.6-cygwin.diff">mini-patch</a>
<li><a href="">OpenSSL</a>
<li><a href="">OpenSSH</a>